Monday, November 7, 2011

Praising God Any Way


I have bad news and good news, but with God all things are good. First the biopsy came back positive, that lump was cancer, but the doctor feels he did get it all, that is the good news. He is making arrangements for Chuck to have a PET scan, and start Radiation treatments, he feels he got it early, and this should make sure no other cancer is in his body. 
WHEW it really threw me for a loop, I had such peace, I just knew it was going to be negative, the doctor said he also thought it would be negative, just the way it appeared, you never know what is going on in your body, but our heavenly Father knows, and He is already taking care of him. Thank you for continued prayer and knowing you will be faithful to pray for him.


Ps 18:2  "The LORD is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower".
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15 comments:

Theresa said...

Hi Barbara. My laptop was down so I haven't been on in a while. Sorry to hear about your husband's biopsy results. I will be praying. So encouraging to see your trust in the Lord.

Laurie said...

((Hugs)) for you Mrs. Barbara. I pray the Lord will give you just what you need everyday. With a prayerful heart.

Cathy said...

Bless your sweet hearts, Dear. Praying for healing ~ {{Hugs}}

Grammy Blick said...

I know how it is when a diagnosis throws us for a loop. However, we never know which person we meet during treatment that God planned for us to be His witness in their lives. I remember once, waiting for a pre-op, when asked how I was doing I replied with Psalm 118:24. The person stopped, said, "You must be a believer," and the conversation went on to discuss how and why. Priceless opportunities!

Theresa said...

I will keep you all in my prayers! HUGS and PRAYERS!

Farming On Faith said...

I am praying with you!
Peace and Blessings to you my sweet friend!

HOPE said...

Indeed GOD does know the Beginning from the END and what HE DESIRES TO ACCOMPLISH in whatever comes our way.

Mine was invasive..but not in the limph nodes so the radiation was all that I needed (besides removal of tumor)

Tell your husband that radiation can cause DRY MOUTH which in turn causes cavities! I found out too late and had a surprising cavity. The dental assistant told me why. There is a gum and mouthwash and toothpaste to combat it.

Also if you recall...emu oil or soap helps with any scaring and itching!!

Take care and prayers continue for you.

HOPE

Katie said...

Praying for you and your husband, for healing, clear direction and guidance, and for His peace and comfort.

Blessings to both of you as you trust in Him,
Katie

2 Thessalonians 3:16

Goose Hill Farm said...

You and your family are in my prayers!

Blessings and ((((hugs))))~
Laura

Barbara said...

I sure appreciate all the prayers you are sending up in our behalf. I know he is in the hands of God and he will take us through it all., Tomorrow he will have a intense scan, I believe it is called a PET scan, then Friday another scan and what and how they will do the radiation, so continue to pray, and know I am grateful to each of you, thank you for being my friends and for your faith in the lord.

Sharon said...

Prayers for healing your husband.
I love the verse that you put to go with this post.
Have a great day

Kateri said...

Prayers for you and your husband. Dealing with any type of cancer is always scary. It is good to know that God is in control though.

Loretta said...

This kind of news is scary for anyone! You and your husband are in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless! Love
Loretta

Mrs. Q said...

Aw, Barbara, I'm sorry. That must be hard. Well, prayerfully the doctor did get it all. I will definitely keep your family in my prayers.

God bless,
Mrs. Q

~~Deby said...

Catching up as I have been away from blogland for quite some time...I will pray for your dh...
Deby