A patient on being questioned by his doctor about his condition. Answered that he had had an unpleasantly sweat. “That’s good,” said the doctor.
The next time he was asked how he was. He complained of a shivering fit that had nearly shaken him to pieces. “That’s good too,” was the doctors comment.
At a third visit, he inquired once more about the man’s symptoms. And was told that he had diarrhea. “Good again,” he said, and made a quick exit.
When one of the patient’s relatives came to see him, and was asked, what’s going on? Well if you want to know, he replied, “I’ve had so many good symptoms that I’m just about dead!”
It often happens that our neighbors not knowing where the shoe pinches. Congratulates us on the very things which we ourselves find hardest to bear. (source:Penguin Classics – Fables of Aesop – “Favorable Omens.”
Christ understands where the shoe pinches. That’s why He said, “Come unto me, all who labor, and are heavy burdened with misunderstandings, and I will give you rest.
Take My ways upon yourself, and learn of Me. (Emphasis is on learn of me) for I am meek and lowly at heart. And you shall find rest for your souls. For My way is easy, and My burden light.” (cp. Matthew 11:28-30).
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