Back at the first of 2013, I began noticing a general feeling of fatigue after exercising. During a routine annual physical, I was diagnosed with a thyroid problem – namely that my thyroid was not producing enough hormones. My doctor said I had Hashimoto's thyroiditis and there was no cure; I would simply have to take a hormone supplement for the rest of my life.
After taking the hormone pills, I could tell I was better, but not completely so. A few weeks later, I followed the Bible’s advice as written in James 5:14. I continued to take the pills for over three months.
In the fourth month of pill taking, I began feeling really energetic with none of the fatigue symptoms I had been experiencing. Knowing I had followed the Bible's advice, I was confident my renewed feeling of well-being was due to more than hormone supplement pills. I made an appointment with my doctor and he suggested that I quit taking my medication for 60 days and get a new blood test. Since I had a follow-up scheduled for 3 months later anyway, I stopped taking the pills.
I felt fine the entire three months I was off the supplement. At the end of September, I had blood drawn and sent to the lab, then went to see my doctor a week later. The results were great. My hormone levels were within the acceptable range. No more need to take hormone supplements.
So, should you ask why do I believe that God exists and why do I believe the Bible is true, I would point to this experience in my life.