Let Them See You Sweat

By | June 6, 2011

I’ve decided to tell you about a difficult situation I’ve been experiencing lately, but I want to tie it into a quick lesson… after all, the main objective of this website is to provide you with Internet marketing tips.

Let’s start with a flashback to the 1980’s…

From what I gather, the phrase “never let them see you sweat” originated from a deodorant commercial in 1984. While I may have been exposed to it as a 5-year old during commercial breaks between Saturday morning cartoons, I certainly have no recollection of it.

I do, however, remember hearing this phrase spoken from the stage at an Internet marketing seminar several years ago. Apparently after serving its duty as a deodorant slogan, “never let them see you sweat” became a business principle of sorts.

The idea is that you should never let your ________(fill in the blank) see you “sweat”, because it is basically a sign of weakness. This includes customers, prospects, fans, followers, competitors, subordinates, and bosses… just to name a few.

In other words, you don’t want to let any of those people see your weak side, because it will affect their opinion of you.

The speaker at the Internet marketing seminar was teaching that you should never appear to be frazzled or portray a lack of confidence in the projection of your image to your online prospects and subscribers. Instead, you should always appear to “have it all together”.

There are times when this makes sense. Anyone in a leadership role (whether it be a parent, T-ball coach, or President of the United States) must instill confidence in the minds of those he or she is leading. To this end, there are times that it is appropriate to hide your emotions and appear to have it all together.

I would even go so far as to say there are situations in which you should never let them see you sweat. For example, if you’re in a war, you shouldn’t let your enemy see you sweat. Revealing a weakness could mean instant death.

If you ever have to hire a lawyer, you probably don’t want one who sweats profusely and exudes a lack of confidence in the courtroom.

I’m also aware that marketing can be likened to war, but I propose that the concept of “hiding your sweat” is overrated as it pertains to business.

Things to consider when hiding your sweat…

First, there’s an inherent problem with never showing weakness. The problem is that we’re human. We have weaknesses.

To confess weakness is to accept that you are human. This can have a positive effect, because humans can relate to other humans. As a marketer, this can be advantageous in gaining trust and portraying authenticity.

I will admit that revealing weaknesses can also have a negative effect upon a business. I remember a few times in recent years that the stock of the Apple company plunged as a result of negative news about Steve Jobs’ health. Last month Apple lost $10 billion of market capitalization in 5 minutes, possibly due to a health rumor.

Those are serious consequences, but publicly traded companies have an obligation to their shareholders to reveal certain “weaknesses”. To avoid doing so could be unethical at best, criminal at worst. Therefore, revealing a weakness can actually be a sign of integrity.

Second, it’s a myth that showing emotion (ie. letting them see you sweat) is always a sign of weakness. While much of our society does believe this myth (and unfortunately this may result in negative consequences for leaders who show emotions publicly), there are plenty of examples of leaders who have dispelled it.

I watch very little TV, but last week I turned it on and caught the second half of an episode of Undercover Boss. This episode featured Sheldon Yellen, the CEO of Belfor– a huge international company. Throughout his undercover experience, some of his own weaknesses were revealed (inability to use power tools, disconnection from his own employees), and his emotions ran wild… this guy cried like a baby on national TV!

While this may have been interpreted by some as a sign of weakness, I’d be willing to bet that his display of authenticity did more to instill confidence in his employees than any motivational speech he could have possibly delivered. It appeared that his employees loved him more for it, and were more committed to the company as a result.

This goes along with what I wrote earlier this year about authenticity. It’s no longer enough to say you’re real. You have to BE real.

So next time you’re faced with concealing a weakness versus showing your humanity, keep these ideas in mind and remember that it may or may not be best to hide your sweat.

OK, that’s the end of today’s lesson…

In case you hadn’t perceived it already; I wrote the above article as a way of processing my own thoughts, and justifying my decision to share my own weakness with you.

The reason I haven’t written much lately, and haven’t created any new lessons in the past few months is because I haven’t had the energy to do it.

I’ve been experiencing what is probably best described as Adrenal Fatigue. In case you’re curious about it, there is a very good article explaining it here: http://www.lammd.com/articles/adrenal_fatigue.asp

I’ve had several symptoms, including a severe lack of energy. Those of you who know me, know that I’ve enjoyed an active lifestyle which included frequent exercise, fishing, windsurfing, playing with my kids, etc. Lately, I’ve only had a few hours of workable energy per day, and it’s barely been enough to take care of myself and keep up with email, let alone do the stuff I enjoy.

In my case, I believe this condition is most likely the result of many years of poor sleep habits, constant blood sugar spikes, and internalizing my stress and anxiety.

Various medical tests showed that my adrenals simply aren’t doing what they’re supposed to do… resulting in various chemical imbalances in my body. For example, I’m not producing much cortisol, which has several physical ramifications. To aggravate the situation, my adrenals are compensating by producing too much epinephrine (adrenaline), which results in a lot of anxiety and psychosomatic symptoms.

I’m following what I believe is a good treatment plan, and I expect to make a full recovery!

Of course it’s been tough in the mean time. My wife is expecting our 5th child any day now, and I’ve had to grapple with the question of how am I going to help and support her like I did at the birth of our other four kids?

So you can see why I’ve put business stuff on the backburner. By the way, other than neglecting this website, my business is just fine, and I think it would run for many years with minimal input on my part. That’s one of the benefits of building the type of business that I teach in my lessons! 🙂

(Note: I do not anticipate my coaching club being negatively impacted during my recovery. Paul and Jeff already handle most of the time-consuming elements of it, and in any case that I’m unable to be on a coaching call, they’ll be there.)

OK, now that I’ve gotten that out of the way…

I want to convey that I know life is hard for EVERYONE. Your pain is probably worse than mine, and it’s a part of our human experience.

I’ve had friends and relatives die in the time that I’ve been writing tips on this website.

I’ve also had subscribers die, and I’d be willing to bet that not a day goes by without some of my subscribers experiencing a tragedy of some sort. With over 60,000 subscribers around the world, it’s pretty much a given.

I also know fellow Internet marketers who have been through, or are currently experiencing MUCH more difficult circumstances than I am. Some of them are battling cancer, chronic diseases, and some have already died.

So this is NOT about me complaining. It’s also not about seeking sympathy. Prayers maybe, but not sympathy. I’m thankful for all that I’ve been given, and I KNOW that I am indeed blessed.

This post is about me being a little more real with you. I say a “little more”, because there are certainly other things that I haven’t shared with you about my life.

In the past couple years, I’ve been compelled to be “more real” when it comes to my public life. Perhaps this is a step in that direction.

Showing my sweat to keep myself humble?

I’ve probably participated in our culture’s collective move toward Internet-enabled narcissism more than I would like to admit.

The phenomenon of online narcissism is well documented, and you’ll see it everywhere if you look for it. People use their blogs, Facebook accounts, twitter accounts, and other public-facing avenues of communication to control their image. They provide only the information (status updates, pictures, etc) that they believe will best conform their image to the way that they want it to be seen.

Went on a cool vacation? Post it. Had a great dinner? Post it. Hung out with a celebrity? Post it. Got angry with your child or spouse, lost your temper, and broke something? No one needs to know.

I despise it, and yet I’ve been a purveyor of it. In one respect I’ve even taught it.

So yes, this is me keeping myself humble. Believe me, I’d much rather be known as the energetic windsurfing family man, than the tired Internet marketer who burned out his adrenal glands.

I also had one more ulterior motive for sharing this with you. I knew it would give me an excuse to share my faith with you too.

OK, this is where I’m gonna hijack this conversation and get “religious” on you…

No, I’m not turning this into a religious website. Based on the demographics, I’m aware that I have thousands of subscribers who are Muslim, Hindu, and no-doubt countless other faiths represented. I’m not here to force my convictions upon you, and I never will.

But I didn’t want to share my pain with you, unless I also shared my hope with you. In fact, it wouldn’t be right, because it would be a totally incomplete picture.

I believe that there is a spiritual realm that supersedes the physical world as we know it.

In spite of how I feel, I’m actually healthy and strong. In spite of what our society says, perception is not reality. In spite of what my doctor’s reports say, there is a greater truth to be found.

Of course many religions share this sentiment, as do believers in the Law of Attraction, which has become so popular in the Internet marketing world. But here’s where I part ways with those folks…

You might think I’m crazy, but I believe that approximately 2000 years ago, Jesus Christ (the actual son of God) came to earth, died on a cross, and came back to life again. That’s reality. And if that’s true, then the Bible is totally validated, and it’s true too.

The ramifications are huge. The Bible says that the same power that raised Jesus from death is available to me, and in fact is already inside of me (Romans 8:11)! While it is controversial even among Christianity, I believe the most accurate interpretation of the Bible proves that Christ’s atonement included healing for sickness.

I’ve seen first-hand that God still heals people today. In our church we see people healed every week. Some are healed from small things, and some are healed from big things like cancer and heart disease. We’ve seen numerous verifiable x-rays and doctor’s reports which have confirmed miraculous healings.

I share this to let you know that not only has my healing been paid for by Christ; yours has too.

The following is a song called “Name of Jesus”, which is on a music album by my sister-in-law that I executive produced a few years ago. To make the video I used scenes from The Passion of The Christ. So if you’re offended by the blood of Jesus, don’t watch…

This song has been inspirational to me lately, and I hope it is for you too.

As always, you are welcome to leave your comments below.

Have a great day!

370 thoughts on “Let Them See You Sweat

  1. Gene "The PassionDetective"


    You the man, from reading your aritcle one would have never known of your Adrenal Fatigue first I heard of this. This is a Pricnessless Tips for Entrepreneurs and people who work 2 jobs, long hours etc. I will cercartlly try to get more rest from now on. I pray you get well soon friend.

  2. James

    You and your family will be in my prayers.

    Remember, We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us and to always pray for one another.

  3. Gail

    Eric, I can’t imagine the energy it took to write this post! God counts the hairs on your head; He knows your heart and is there to help us through our valleys when we give Him our lives. It is such a simple equation – give all to the One who gave us life and we are richly blessed.

  4. Kristina

    Hi Eric, I’ve put marketing on hold after kiddo #3 and haven’t been to your blog much but Richard said I should read this one. AMEN to the healing power of Jesus Christ! I suffered severe fatigue for 2 years in my twenties without definitive diagnosis and that was a dark time for me, especially since I was in Asia the first year. Doctors were stumped, and I saw plenty. But more than a decade later I’m grateful for learning my limits and living with far more peace and balance. Not to mention that my health is better now than it was before the illness, because it forced me to make positive lifestyle changes. I wish the same for you. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Andre

    Hi Eric,

    Sorry to hear of your illness. However .. I must tell you that I had the same condition years ago. I was at the point where I was taking a hand full of vitamins twice a day to try to feel better. Instead .. they attacked my liver and made me feel worse. Still searching.. I discovered alkaline water, which reversed the condition very quickly. I am still amazed at how great I feel from day to day, never getting sick. I implore you to go to HiddenCures.com and get one of these water units. When you think of it.. we are almost 80% water. So.. when your water alkaline is about 9-10.. your cells are being completely restored and loving it. I really hope you do this.

  6. Shon


    Thank you for putting up the video, still brings tears to my eyes seeing the way Jesus was treated. So much pain he went through to forgive us for our sins, and most of the time we think very little of his suffering. I too have medical problems. I spent 39 days in intensive care after a hiatal hernia surgery and have never been the same. I get about 4 hours of functional working time a day, on a good day. Then I had to have back surgery, which made it worse. So I know what your going through. Hang in there and come back. I need you. We all need you.

  7. Jay

    In life, we all must face our humanness and regroup to take care of what really matters. You are a moral and just man and you will be blessed and get through this. Let others reciprocate the kindness and love that you show and you will surely recover!!

  8. Craig Maxwell

    Praying for you bro. May the Holy Spirit open his mouth and pour out his blessings on you and your family! I appreciate you and the fact that I can trust you in this otherwise pretty shady industry. It is why your one of the few that I feel 100% comfortable recommending my list to. I will continue to pray for you. Blessings.

  9. Murray

    Eric, If just one person is saved from this post, it was well worth the effort. Jesus died for all of us, as you already know, even if we were the only one. But I believe there will countless souls reached. God bless you, Brother in Christ

  10. Mario

    Hi Eric, Our prayers our with you & your family. I have learned alot from you. Your products are excellent! Thanks for showing your Strength & being you.

  11. Sarah

    Blessings! of our Lord Jesus Christ be yours, every spiritual and physical blessing in abundance. It is a serious delight, isn’t it, to see what He is doing in the world today in the realm of healing? I’m just beginning to explore this in earnest myself. Thank you for sharing.

  12. BILL

    Hang in there Eric and God Bless! You are not alone when you have the love of a family.

  13. Anne

    Hi Eric,

    I’m sorry about your health problem – I have a few problems too, but some of them are due to my age.

    I found this site a couple of days ago and it is so helpful I posted a link on my Facebook wall for all my friends. No money being made, he’s just giving some REALLY helpful information aboout Chlorella and Spirulina.


    That is NOT an affiliate link!

    Please go there and see what I mean. These two products might be a great help to you right now. I’m going to order some for myself and I’d love for you to join me in trying these two superfoods.

    Hopefully, this info will help some of your loyal members to…

    Take care.

    From another Christian,


  14. Bill Kling

    Eric –

    God Bless you Brother. – Look into parasites from your travels.
    Natural remedies work wonders on them. Bill

  15. BuisnessAustralia

    There is SOME historical evidence that corroborates the existence of Jesus.

    There is NO historical evidence to corroborate that Jesus rose from the dead.

    Just because someone miraculously gets better after going to church does not necessarily mean causation.

    If you believe Jesus is responsible for things like healing then he is also responsible for the terrible illness and suffering that afflict millions of people every day.

    Coincidence rules the world.
    Every day kids get killed by their parents when they back their cars out of the garage and run over them.
    Shit happens.
    There is no happy ending – things just end.

    This theory explains everything perfectly.
    Most people just can’t handle it.

  16. Eric Post author

    Thanks Stacey, I don’t feel its a priority to expend what little energy I have to defend my faith to a fellow believer right now, but maybe someday we can talk about it bro. Or email me your thoughts and I can look into it sometime when I get a chance. E

  17. Jeanette Fitzgerald

    Hi Eric,

    Blessings to you and your family. Thank you for using your pain to share the healing power of Jesus.

    We always get attacked most when God has something great planned for us, something awesome is coming your way.

    Praying for quick recovery.

  18. Fran Watson

    Here is a prayer for you.

    Heavenly Father, I call on you right now in a special way.
    It is through your power that I was created.
    Every breath I take,
    every morning I wake,
    and every moment of every hour,
    I live under your power.
    Father, I ask you now to touch me with that same power.
    For if you created me from nothing,
    you can certainly recreate me.
    Fill me with the healing power of your spirit.
    Cast out anything that should not be in me.
    Mend what is broken.
    Root out any unproductive cells.
    Open any blocked arteries or veins and rebuild any damaged areas.
    Remove all inflammation and cleanse any infection.
    Let warmth of your healing love pass through my body
    to make new any unhealthy areas
    so that my body will function the way you created it to function.
    And Father, restore me to full health
    in mind and body so that I may serve you the rest of my life.
    I ask this through Christ our Lord.

    Fran Watson

  19. Olive

    I do agree that you may have peicked up something in the tropics. I came back from Brazil once with what was diagnosed as chronic fatigue (for the want of a better diagnosis)–muscle aches, extreme fatigue, fevers on and off,etc. God bless– you’ll be healed. So happy you have your faith!!! Sending you positive vibes, many prayers and uplifting thoughts!!! God is good, all of the time, all of the time God is good!!!…and I’m not afraid to say it as I believe.

  20. Lynn C.

    Hi Eric.I am so sorry to hear of your recent fatigue problem.I have heard of a condition called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.You must experience strong flu like symptoms with it though.I for some reason feel it is something you are not absorbing well enough though.I have started to take Vitamin B12 just lately and it has helped me noticably and in just the past 2 weeks only.I am praying that you will soon find the source of the problem though Eric.Thank you as well for your display of strength by telling us the truth on different levels here.The Bible says when we are weak that is when we are actually strong (paraphrased).Our strength is made perfect by Him encompassing our weakness,”His strength is made perfect in our weakness”.You have showed tremendous strength by sharing your faith Eric,risking being ostracized, amongst your Internet peers especially.I don’t think that this is a test by God for you or anything like that neither by the way.I do feel you are lacking something in your system for some reason as I was saying though.(Sometimes God just gives me information to help others Eric but I pray I am right about your situation).To your (soon) restored health then! God very best blessings to you, Lynn C.

  21. Olive

    We thank God for you and your faith and we are knowing that the Holy Spirit is enveloping you in the healing touch of Christ. And…here’s a positive note in all this: you shared your illness and your faith and we found there’s a whole community of fellow Christians who have come together because of you. Praise and blessings! As a member of the Peak Potentials family, we hold each other dearly and support each other through the good times and the bad times and are not afraid to say “I’m having a bad time” because we know the others will hold us up. So I hold you up and hold you in front of the great healer.

  22. Jose

    I love that song… Jesus I call upon your name…so I’ll be visiting the blog more often these days.

  23. Michael

    Hi Eric,

    Thank you for sharing your story with us. I am pleased to note that most of your friends and subscribers are giving you their recommendations and prayers for your physical healing.

    I would recommend that you check the Chinese healing meditations and exercises for your condition. Please check the link below:


    This is not an affiliate link! I bought the above program and just started using it. All I can say is that it uses our faith (regardless of whether we are Christians or not) and our mind power for our physical healing and removing energy blockage in our body.

    I wish you a speedy recovery, my friend. Take care and may God Bless you and your family.


  24. Kitty Jellinek

    I am impressed with your writing, your message and your music production abilities.

    My prayers and good wishes are with you and your family.


  25. John

    Who knows what effect the stone dropped into the lake will have at the time it is dropped. The ripples go out until their energy disapates but clearly today we have seen how much the ripples of your life and the effects they have had on others have gone out around the nations. It is easy to be strong when all is well but it takes courage and peserverence to stay strong in the face of unseen forces. Be well Be strong Be encouraged. Get Video, I will share it on.

  26. K.M.Priyadarsanan

    Hi Eric!

    Don’t lose hope yet!
    I wish you a speedy recovery.
    I had similar problems and hypertension five years ago, but could overcome the crisis by following the following regimen:
    1) Eating the right food.(One man’s food is another man’s poison)
    2) Doing adequate exercise daily.Yoga and flexibility exercises like Sun Salutations, which are traditional Indian techniques helped me a lot.
    3) Avoiding processed foods and substituting them with natural foods.
    4) Adopting Breathing Exercises called Pranayama
    5)Learning meditation and doing it everyday for 10-15 minutes.
    You can try the above program. You should switch over to a totally vegetarian diet and completely give up alcohol for a few months. This will relieve the stress on your liver and detoxify it.

    You have to care for your body and mind daily just like you care for your car. You have to set apart at least 30 minutes for yourself.
    And above all have faith in God and on all the good people around you.

    Wishing you a hale and hearty comeback,

    With Best regards


  27. Jane

    Hi Eric,

    Thanks for sharing your pain. My prayers are with you and your family. May God bless you with His healing power!


  28. Ahmad Firdaus

    Hi Eric,
    I am a muslim and had travelled to more than 16 countries around the world. I’ve been taught about international diversity and to focus to similarity rather than differences, to connect to multicultural societies.

    Anyway, Islam and Christian share similar values. My pray to you for your happiness and tranquility.

    I believe Jesus as a prophet and died because of some conspiracy by some bad people at that time who don’t like his preaching. The bad person was crucified instead of him which the people thought was Jesus Christ. He was taken to heaven and will come down to earth before the doom’s day i.e the end of the world.

    Again, I don’t expect you to believe me but by all means continue with what you believe since the truth will only prevail when our life over in this world.

    Good luck..

  29. Mike

    Thanks for another great article!

    What you had to say is so true 🙂

    I hope you recover soon, I experienced similar issues to yours and thankfully after a 2 yr battle have got back to my old energy levels.

    Nows the time to think of yourself and luckily you have a business that will allow you to do that.

  30. Anthony Sudbury

    Hi Eric,

    I have been receiving your Tips for ages and never commented before. Thanks for being so open about your present situation and your faith.

    You always keep things real. You are a real genuine caring and sharing human being, and that is what makes you stand out from the rest.

    Best wishes for a quick recovery



    You know, I have been following your tips for some time but I really appreciate your openness and honesty with this blog post so thank you and keep well. Adrenal drain is often caused by stress over a long period of time and the adrenal glands simply cannot pump out amy more juices for you so take care and get them going again. Plenty of exercised and such that you can do to get them active again.

    Take care and best wishes
    An anonymous follower of your tips

  32. Prue

    Hi Eric,

    Thanks for keeping it real. Life has a pattern of cycles. We all go through different phases to give us balance. It also helps us to grow in faith. A man cannot truly appreciate happiness without experiencing sadness, neither can he fully appreciate victory without a good fight in adversity.

    You’ll definitely have a testimony to help your borther. Exercise your faith in Jesus. He paid the price for sickness. Isaiah 53:5 tells us about it.

    You shall be healed, just trust Jesus to do the work. Your responsibility is to believe what he says with all your heart and he’ll act on his word.

    I will be praying for you and your family. I know Jesus is real and he has all power to do what he says in the written Word.

    God bless you.

  33. Lynn

    First of all I just want to say AMEN!!!! I’m sure you’ll come to realize that many people can relate to you & you’ve been blessed enough to get this far without the physical struggle. I unfortunately was hit with chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia/adrenal fatigue (18 yrs ago) in the prime of my life at 34. In my experience, a naturopathic doctor provided me with the best results. There’s also a good product called AdrenalPro. We know we’ll continue to be attacked as long as we’re here, but remember “All things work for good to those that love God & are called according to His purpose” and we are overcomers, so be encouraged!

  34. AGH

    THANK YOU Eric for this important share…And may your health and well-being be restored quickly.

    Blessing to you all regardless of your religious belief because HE loves us ALL.

    Most of all THANKS be to Jesus – the Name above all.

  35. Oscar


    Have you had your thyroid checked? There’s a very close relationship between adrenal and thyroid function and if you have an underactive thyroid gland, that could be affecting your adrenals as well. Make sure you see a specialist, like an endocrinologist and possibly also a naturopath who specializes in hormonal issues.

  36. Cathy


    Thanks for being so open. I can relate. I came down with mono a few years ago (who knew you could get it in your 40s?) and it took about year and a half to feel like I had my energy back. Even now I’ll have a few days or a week on in awhile where I’m exhausted most of the time.

    God has sustained me and my business throughout the period of being unable to work at full capacity. And He is doing the same for you.

    Take care of yourself first so you will then be able to better minister to others.

    God bless (and prayers for your complete and speedy recovery).


  37. Monica van Heerden

    Dear Eric
    Thank you for being honest about your reason for having been silent. And especially, for professing to be a Christian who believes in the resurrection of our Lord and the return of Jesus. God bless you and your family.

  38. Clarence

    Thank you for your openness. The Lord is our Jehovah Rapha. Trust in Him always.



  39. Isabel

    My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
    Thank you so much for all you have done in this internet marketing world you have given so much of yourself to help others to better themselves,
    truly amazing.
    God Bless, take care

  40. Florence

    Hello Eric,
    Thank you for your honesty and your willingness to share your trails with all your subscribers and as always your supporters. I have never experienced this, but I do understand what it is like to not be able to do what you love for a period of time. I hope that when you read this comment that all will be well with you and that you will have began the process of regaining your strength and that you are celebrating the birth of your new child. God will surely bless you and your family through this ordeal. Remember that you only need to take your cares to the Master Healer (Jesus) and believe in your healing and you will receive. Thank you again for sharing and my prayers are with you and your family.
    Recieve this prayer
    Heavenly Father, I ask that you bestow your healing power upon your son Eric and that you grant him full recovery of this ailment. Father we thank you in advance for this healing and ask that a special blessing be returned to Eric for his faithfulness and his belief in the living God of Healings. Amen

    Florence Newbill

  41. MoniqueSuzzette

    Your faith is why I follow you. In past writings you’ve hinted around to what you believe and that’s what I held on to.
    I want to succeed and really need to succeed in an online business. I keep taking the steps and know that I’ll make it.
    Thanks for all you do and God bless you and your family.

  42. Anders

    Hi Eric.

    You will not find the solution in a holy book, jesus or in church.

    Connect with NATURE instead. Feel the Divine in every being. Touch the trees. Become ONE with the ONE and thereby increasing your vibrations.

    Being ill sure makes you humble. I speak from many years of suffering.

    I wish you all the best and a full recovery:-)


  43. Eric Post author

    I did have my thyroid checked, as that was a real suspicion, and it showed my thyroid was fine.

  44. Alexander O. Asante

    Brother, I’m very humbled by this post for your transparency and honesty. I do believe in the totality of the impregnable, unadultrated WORD of the Most High GOD. All I will say is that His GRACE is certainly sufficient for you as you go through this wilderness experience and if the very Yahweh that we serve did not abundoned the children of Israel as they went through the wilderness, He will NOT go down on His promise that says ‘I will not leave you nor forsake you’, ‘If you go through the Fire, I’ll be with you and so when you go through the waters’. I pray that the very Glory (Power of God) that brought Jesus Christ back to life from the dead shall quicken this your mortal body and inject into your system all the adrenalin you’ll need in this life as you forge on to be that true disciple for Jesus until He shows up one day through the eastern skys. The very Jehovah Rapha be with you and your family especially your precious wife. Let her be rest assured that the delivery of your Fifth child will be as smooth as water running through a tunnel.
    Stay Blessed and Highly Favored in Him:-)


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