Today (6/10/2019) at 2:15 pm, I begin radiation again. I thought I was done. I rang the gong in February and believed with all my heart I would never ever endure this again. Sadly, I was wrong. Both the doctors in Mexico and here in the USA conquer that the tumors and fractures in the spine are at a critical point. We must stop the cancer immediately and thus prevent it from entirely eroding the t-12, lumbar 1, and 2 vertebrae’s as well as the left acetabulum (hip joint.).
I prayed for another way but it seems that the Lord is bringing me down this path yet again. Perhaps there is someone in radiation that needs to know Jesus. Perhaps there is someone that I will encounter who needs a word of hope. My prayer is that I can be a light in someone else’s journey and that God supernaturally protects my body from any harm the radiation could induce.
I can’t have anything go wrong. The radiation must be perfect. Please lift me in prayer these next 5 days. Please Pray for the cancer to stop and healing light to flood my body.
I thought about showing you the May 6th PET scan but it is far too horrific. I will reveal it in August when I am due to have another PET scan. Then you will see both the old and the new. You will see the miracle that I believe is coming.
Each day, I visualize all the tumors leaving in the powerful name of Jesus. It takes work to keep your mind on all the good. The enemy is working overtime trying to thwart the blessings. He wants to steal my joy; reminding me of all that I have lost. I can no longer bike or run or race. I am on my knees to make my bed because standing is too difficult. Washing my face, drying my hair, dressing even wiping myself; so many things are great challenges because my back is too weak to bend. To get from place to place, I use a walker or a cane. I spend most of the day lying down, staring at the heavens.
Still I have learned that God is bigger than my circumstance or your circumstance. He is turning our difficult situations around even as I write this.
I’ve learned that when the enemy sneaks in, shouting words of death and destruction, I must turn from him to God. I must remember all the miracles He has done in my life and in the lives of so many others. I must read His words of encouragement and victory. I must pray and stay close to my Lord and savior.
God is in control. We need not worry. Anything is possible and God uses all the pain in our lives for a mighty purpose. I can’t wait to see what He does with all of this.
It is so comforting to know that your prayers come with me into the radiation room and everywhere I go. I would not be able to walk this walk without you. God bless you for being on this journey with me. I feel your love and prayers and it lifts me up. We need each other, we really do.
Isaiah 26:3 You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in you.