St. Christopher – Personal Injury Claims

Life is fraught with uncertainty and we never know what might happen the next day. We are called upon to appreciate and treasure each moment that we live, whilst giving thanks to God for all the blessings that we have. While we may have been used to a life of routine, we are reminded that we should appreciate the fact that we are healthy and in good shape.

Saint Christopher is revealing to us that life is not going to be a smooth ride and we shall face plenty of challenges, but that is okay as long as we keep our faith consistent. We must always be prepared for unforeseen moments and rely on God for he will see us through the rain and storms.

This insurance that we have in Christ is unlimited and infinite. No matter the accident, personal injury or negative event, His saints will always be there to guard and carry us through. All we need is a little faith.

Call Upon Advisors

“Without counsel plans fail, but with many advisers they succeed.”

Proverbs 15:22

There are times we want to make personal injury claims because we have been hurt yet we are stuck and unaware of the process hence we shy away from it.

Do we take it upon ourselves or trust in the providence of God and His heavenly kingdom? St. Christopher wants you to lift up your fears, grievances and personal injuries to the Lord for He will once again make us whole.

We are also reminded that we are not alone in this journey. For the Lord has arranged an entire host in Heaven to prepare the coming of beloved children, and to lead them when they go astray.

Saint Christopher is warning us against subjecting ourselves to pain and suffering in silence. There are times when we need help yet we do not seek it because we are afraid of appearing vulnerable. We tend to hide our pain and we often put on a smile which is just a facade to mask our pain.

We are being assured that it is okay to not feel okay hence, and any pain we face from injuries do not make us inferior to others. Whenever you feel that life has pushed you too far and moving forward is hard, He will carry you through. Look to the heavens and call upon the angels and saints who are your advisors. They will offer you the required help in your personal injury claim and you will find it easier to navigate. 

Stake Your Claim

When God has personally created Adam and Eve and placed them in the garden of Eden, he instructed them to eat of every fruit in the garden except the tree of knowledge. However, they were deceived by the devil and sinned. Upon committing sin, they were punished and chased away from the garden of Eden as they lost stake as children of God. Then God sent his only son to die on the cross, it was intended to break the barrier between himself and restore humans to their rightful place as children of God. 

Saint Christopher is letting us know that we are special and precious before the eyes of God. While you may be feeling helpless, remember that you are a rightful heir in the kingdom of God and hence you should stake your claim.

Many times we allow other people to trample on us because we do not rise and stake our claim in the kingdom of God. When we fail to fight for what is ours, we give the devil a good opportunity to rob us and pull us away from the glory of God.

No matter what the world says to you, always remember that you belong to the kingdom of God and you are a rightful heir. By the blood of Jesus on the cross, our stake as heirs was restored. 

Prayer To Saint Christopher

“Dear Saint Christopher, I have been suffering in silence and pretending that everything is flowing well yet the reality is that nothing feels right.

I have suffered damages caused by personal injuries for failing to insure my life with God and this has often left me spiritually crippled.

I am praying that you may intercede for me and be my advisor so that I may be restored back to my rightful place as an heir.”

🙏 Amen 🙏

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