In 2001, I received the shocking diagnosis of stage 4 non-Hodgkins lymphoma. It was a cancer that I knew very little about at that time. I had repeatedly gone to the doctor to complain of bone-penetrating fatigue, initially, my only symptom. The diagnosis was life-altering.
From that moment on, I learned that the right attitude can change your health. It can certainly change your life. I researched and collected every healing scripture that I could find in God’s Word. Next, I applied those scriptures, just as if they were medicine.
Transformation evolves out of information and I believe that information has power. Even though your transformation may come about through prayer and suffering. Despite that devastating diagnosis more than ten years ago, I was determined to be healthy again. Today, I remain healthy and cancer-free.
I knew, without hesitation, that God would work through the excellent medical care I was poised to receive. My faith did not preclude seeking medical therapies–chemotherapy, etc. My immediate reaction was: So, what kind of medicine do you have for this? By the time I had my first meeting with my wonderful hematologist-oncologist, Dr. Edward Prendergast, I was well educated on the disease, clinical trials and cutting-edge medicine. Most important, I set out to learn all that I could about the spiritual side of healing.
Those lessons are meant to be shared. The book that I am writing is a collection of healing scriptures and stories that describe more of my experience…as well as telling the stories of others who believed for and received healing miracles.
I know that Christ still heals, just as He did in Biblical times. “Is there anything too hard for the Lord?” When we allow the joy of Christ to overflow into our personal universe, it transcends the harsh realities of whatever may be happening at that moment. We rise to a new level of being. A level in which we actually think like Jesus thought.
Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus.~Philippians 2:5 KJV
Please share with me your personal comments, questions or interests about healing. I’d love for your input to help craft my book. You may share them as public comments on this site or as personal comments to my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.