Friday, September 14, 2012

I believe God can heal my mom

"They will have no fear of bad news; their hearts are steadfast, trusting in the Lord." 
Psalms 112:7

This verse replays in my mind constantly throughout my day. It's the only way I'm able to keep it together. Trusting in Him. Knowing that God has promised not to give us more than we can handle.

It is surreal. The moment they tell you those words, "you have cancer." The biopsy result of the lump my mother questioned on her breast read "carcinoma". It is definitely still very hard for me to process & maintain my normal positive attitude. I have not even been able to share this with many friends because its still soo difficult to talk about it. Mostly because I am full of diverse emotions . . . But I know my God is with us & is ever-faithful.

The past two weeks my mother has undergone many test. Wednesday we received some of the results. And one of the most important. We needed to know if the cancer had already spread. Considering the circumstance, I'm happy to say God has heard our prayer & the cancer has not spread spread yet! Praise be to Him.   

If you've been following my blog for a while now, you know exactly how I feel about my mother - she's always been the best example of a Godly woman I could only aspire to be. You can find a post dedicated to her here.

Next step is chemotherapy, radiation and a possible mastectomy. We have a long road ahead of us but I have faith that we will come out on top of this. I normally don't ask for anything on here, but can you all say a little prayer for my mom? May God do His will with her & fully restore her health. And if it's not too much to ask for, let me know that you are praying so that I can show her all the support we are getting with prayer. This will encourage her to keep fighting.

This is my beautiful mom inside & out, her name is Delia. I believe in my heart that God can heal her.

Thank you in advance for your prayers & support.

I will keep you all updated as we begin this journey...

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