Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed. I Peter 2:24
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
I turned on the television and the glare of pink from the morning shows took over the screen.
A few years ago, our church had a group walk for Cancer. I thought it was a noble cause and took two of my grandchildren with me.
My participation in the Cancer walk never prepared me for what the future would eventually hold for me and my family.
This past June when the news arrived that my sister had Cancer it made our family stop and think how special she is to us.
Immediately, there was a coming together to support her and most importantly, trusting God for her healing.
During the course of my sister journey, I am constantly reminded, Jesus the Healer, still heals.
The word Cancer has in the past meant a death sentence. But today, there has been great progress in the research and treatment of various types of cancer.
Having mention progress in research and treatment however will never usurp over the Healer, Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
God doesn’t want His children to be tongue-tied in asking Him to help us through the difficult times in life. As a matter of fact, that is the time He can best love and show that He cares for each one of us.
If you have a family member, friend, co-worker, neighbor or even a stranger who shares to you that he or she has cancer or any kind of sickness. Don’t hesitate to take the time at that moment to pray for them and let God have His perfect way.
One thing more I would like to add-on the subject of Cancer.
Don’t let Cancer lord over you. Rather, let the Lord reign over it.
Why not checkout the website Beyond the Shock which I found to be both informative and inspirational.