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Posted in Cancer Information Tagged 30 days of cancer prayers , cancer , challenge , daughter , fahter , family , friend , mother , son Leave a comment. Posted in Cancer Stories Tagged braca gene , cancer stories , life with cancer , living with cancer , sisters Leave a comment. Save the Date poster , half page flyer , and postcard. Save the Date promotional video with information and a step by step guide on how the members of your church can register to take part in the challenge. Bookmark template that includes all 30 of our cancer prayer topics.
Postcard template that you can share with your members. Includes information on how to sign up and what the challenge is, along with information about our Facebook Live prayer service.
Cancer prayer wall poster template that you can order to have hanging up in your church lobby so members can sign their names and who they are offering up their prayers for! Sentext Poster with registration information. As a Christian counselor , I have heard numerous people tell me that they cannot imagine how anyone could survive hardship without Christ. Cancer is no different. The thought of facing the treatments, the fears, the frustrations without Christ would be unbearable. When struggling with cancer, there are times you can clearly see God working in your life.
But then the side effects come, or your loved ones become distant, or maybe the tests results are discouraging. The answer is a resounding YES! Do not let the pain and fear that can breed in these places replace your knowledge that God is in charge. God does not want to see His beloved children suffer. God hurts when you hurt and weeps when you weep. Even though you may believe God is in control, cancer can too easily throw a life out of control. Before the diagnosis, you had plans. You had plans for your career, your retirement, your marriage, your family and suddenly you have to shift those plans to include the demands of cancer, and cancer can be very demanding of your time, your energy, your focus and your emotions.
Cancer brings us face-to-face with the lack of control we have in our lives. God does not just use some things for good. God uses ALL things. God will use your misdiagnosis, exhaustion, nausea, pain, regret, loneliness and fear for good. God is completely in charge. Just think of it!
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Even in the midst of a sinful world, God promises to work all things — every stupid, senseless, destructive and evil thing — for the good of those who love Him. Ultimately, Kate realized, in her suffering, Jesus was suffering with her. We are citizens of Heaven and live in anticipation of a day in which death will be swallowed up in life, the empty arms of grieving mums will be filled, and the laughter our hearts long for will never end.
We are constantly being called upon to hold simultaneously in our mind and heart two irreconcilable conditions: In Broken Hallelujahs , Beth Slevcove concludes that transformation and wholeness will come, but not through giving up on the beauty and order that we long for, nor by stuffing our disappointment. Our hearts long for a depth of spiritual discernment that will enable us to hear the voice of God and to follow with certainty. Thank you for sharing the reading list and your encouraging words.
You are so right, cancer journeys are as individual as each of us.
I pray for the comfort and peace of each cancer patient, cancer survivor, and caregiver. May we each be guided by God through our journeys! How sad, yet how beautiful. How God uses our grief for His glory is always like witnessing a miracle.
Thank you for sharing these reviews, friend. Michele, Thank you for sharing these resources and these testimonies.
My life has intersected with cancer twice now…one with cancer and one that it turned out it was not cancer after all. I think the hardest part is in the waiting and not knowing. Thank you for sharing. We learn so much in that process. And it is so hard. It is amazing how God folds in all the rough edges and creates beauty from the rags.
Michele, Thanks for writing such a thorough, heartfelt description of what others have gone through. I lead a Cancer support group at our church and just lost our first lady yesterday.
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She was precious and I fell in love with her. We do need to allow others to grieve through their losses. Even God gave the Israelites 30 days to mourn Moses.
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