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God is Still, Still, Still in Control

In January, I met the Oncologist for the first time after the surgery.  We did a cat scan on my abdomen and everything looked good.  Although, He wanted to watch a lymph node that was 1.1 cm, nothing to panic … Continue reading

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God Is In Control

Well, it’s the end of January 2012 and it has been a little over 3 months since my surgery.  I feel great.  Pathology report after the surgery proved to be negative for cancer and positive for me.  Praise God!!! Two … Continue reading

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What God Does Thru Christ in Your Cancer – Takes Our Burdens

GOD TAKES OUR BURDENS “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.  Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will … Continue reading

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What Cancer Can Do To You

Cancer (or other undesirable circumstance) can make you: Bitter, angry, sad, frightened, unsure of your future, withdraw from family and friends, depressed, lonely, abandoned, feel like your spirit and soul have been crushed, feel less than, question God’s love for … Continue reading

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Providence and Praise – Psalm 138

Psalm 138 of David (italicized verses – promises I have experienced during my walk with cancer and Jesus)  1 I will praise you, O LORD, with all my heart;    before the “gods” I will sing your praise. 2 I will bow … Continue reading

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The Great Physician – Part 2

My family was told that the surgery was going to be about 5-6 hours long.  As my sister and brother-in-law were 10 minutes away from the hospital, she received a text message from my sister at the hospital saying the … Continue reading

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The Great Physician – Part 2

My family was told that the surgery was going to be about 5-6 hours long.  As my sister and brother-in-law were 10 minutes away from the hospital, she received a text message from my sister at the hospital saying the … Continue reading

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