I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”
Also as of this writing, I don't have a precise diagnosis. However, when offices open, I plan to call for the earliest possible appointment with a specialist.
What will happen? I don't know.
For someone like me, that's annoying. As a longtime runner, I can't run at the moment, which bothers me intensely. Even routine tasks around the house are difficult and slow.
Thus the verse above - "...my God, in whom I trust."
What should I do while I wait to know what's wrong with my knee, while I wait to know about the future of my running, while I wait... ?
Remember that verse in Psalm - "...my God, in whom I trust."
I might know more before this is posted - that is my intention. I'm writing this to pledge that I will trust in God no matter what, before I know the outcome. That's not necessarily easy. It's much easier to trust my own judgment. I pledge to trust in God no matter what is before me.
God is present for you, too, to place yourself in his trust.