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CANCER: JUST SO YOU KNOW?

30 Oct

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CANCER: JUST SO YOU KNOW?

Everybody’s Cancer Journey is not the same, and God is not in the business of dispensing pain or drama.  He is a healer, so stop blaming Him for what the World has to offer while listening to the Devil and the Devillets encouraging us to give up on Faith.

Here is an example.

When I arrived home from having a Mastectomy, a sweet-looking old lady, who happened to be with a friend, took me by the hand while rubbing it ever so gently saying, we all have been praying for you, baby.  And then she asked if I knew Betty Ann when I said “no” she said, “Good because Betty Ann only lasted 6 months.”

Run!  The Devil is a liar and comes in all shapes, forms, and fashions, especially when we are weak.  Did you know To Kill the Head is to Kill the Body?

As for me, I sought the Lord. He heard me and delivered me from all my fears.  Psalms 43:4

Just so you know, with or without cancer life is a steady stream of ups and downs, ins and outs, good and bad, so on and so forth’s.  In other words, Cancer is just another worldly battle we may have to fight uphill.

I pray this next statement is not you from sheer experience.

Did you know there are those who fall apart if they see or hear the word cancer spoken in the same sentence as their name?  If this is you, you may already be dead in your head, coupled with you decided that fate for yourself.

Not I, Jesus Christ and Perseverence is King in my book.

Now don’t get me wrong, perseverance is not an easy task; it takes a steady persistence in a course of action, purpose in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement, with little or no indication of success, but this is clear; All things work together for the good of them that love God and those called to his purpose.

And just so you know, sometimes just surviving cancer is not enough; we have to overcome the memory and the toll it takes on our friends and our bodies.  I did not say to forget.

I had to learn to love my scars; they’re a blessing because they remind me of the fact that the Dead Don’t Heal.

And I discovered worrying does not empty tomorrow’s troubles and you don’t get to choose if or how you get hurt in this world.

Those who want, have the Creator on their side, not to mention they have already been given Eternal Life, whom or what shall they fear?

So breath in your courage and exhale your fears because new beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.

Remember Resilience relies on its goals to strive, and to overcome the unexpected, creating Sustainability, which is all about Surviving.

And just so you know it’s time for us to go int the world as over-encourages, because the world is already full of critics.

It’s Something To Think About!

Jesus is Lord!

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Posted by on October 30, 2019 in Something To Think About

 

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