It's here, in our faces.
Try ignoring Castration. A catheter. Fever. Vomit.
So it's easy to get carried away into 'cancer-land'. Vomit seems to have the ability to get the last word in, edge wise.
By the time our heads hit our pillows, we are tired---tired of living with cancer. Terence and I look over at each other and say, "shucks, I don't think we lived above it today".....
So we pray. Because we have tomorrow and we desperately want God to have the final word on cancer.
Terence and I believe the work the medical doctors is doing is good, however, who said that their prognoses has to be the final word that we live by??????
Cannot cancer and sickness bow to prayers?
So, in preparation for tomorrow, this is our bed time prayer:
We pray for everyone taking drugs/medicines for treating this disease- that the Lord will work out His perfect will in our situations and bring about miracles and healing.
We ask that The Great Physician will heal all those that have undergone surgery, radiation and/or chemotherapy God will destroy all the cancer cells.
We ask that the healing virtue of Our Lord God will flow through every vein, tissue, cell, ligament and that healing will manifest.
We believe that Gods desire is 3 John 2 “Dear friend, I pray that you may be in good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is healthy”.
We ask that the Lord to give peace to all the families dealing with cancer.
We ask for uncommon provisions for all the expenses needed to take care of the patients and their families.
We ask for the blessings of God to overshadow each an every patient and family member dealing with cancer.
So be it, Lord, We give you the last word on cancer. Amen.