So in all the craziness going on I went to open my car door. It was cold and somehow I hyperextended the ligaments or something, in my right hand. The middle finger and the next to last finger are black and blue and hurt like crazy. I can’t make a fist and I try to hold the fingers up so they won’t throb. When I hold them up as I sit, I look like I might have had a stroke. Since I hold them straight, they naturally bang into everything from the turn signal apparatus to the faucets in the sink. That hurts too. So I have been relatively free from pain until now and now this hurts, and I have lost half my vocabulary as well.
About The Author
Rev. Bernhard Seter has been a Pastor in the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod for over 42 years. He served on the Board of LCMS World Relief and Human Care for ten years and is now the Chairman of the Board of International Missions. He has been privileged to travel around the world and see the churches' mercy work in action. He is convinced it is not only what we are "compelled" to do because of Christ; it is what we have been baptized for. Christ's love compels us, constrains us, and sends us forth.