Hungry? Thirsty? Cancer?

Jesus promises blessedness not to the perfect, but to those who seek¬†to be perfect. The distance between you and your goal of holiness doesn’t matter, as long as you are on the journey. Anticipating your favorite meal is almost as sweet as the eating of it; desiring it and knowing it is prepared and¬†waiting for you when you reach home is motivation to get home quickly.

So it is with righteousness. Picture it, let nothing deter you from your goal; know you will reach it. Want it so badly you won’t settle for anything else. Try this out and see if you feel blessed.

I am blessed by all your care and prayers. I have been scheduled for surgery on October 6. The surgical oncologist will remove all my female organs, and test them to see the extent of the cancer. I’ll hear two weeks later the outcome of the biopsy. The dr. seemed very hopeful that the cancer is contained within my uterus. YAY!

In the meantime, your prayers hold me. Thank you. I hunger and thirst for righteousness and health. Amen.

7 thoughts on “Hungry? Thirsty? Cancer?

  1. You may be assured that you are now on the front burner for my petitions to our Heavenly Father for complete removal of the bad stuff on October 6th. Your encouraging words inspire me in my ongoing 17 year battle with the bad stuff that is once again requiring major drugs to put it back to sleep. Yes, praying with you, dear Debby!

  2. Glad to hear the path to wellness has begun. We will continue to pray that the doctors be guided by God and that your healing is complete through God’s power.

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