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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

"His Peace"

We are so thankful to be back home and to have had a 3 day weekend to rest and recover.  I have not received my CT scan from MD Anderson that was to be mailed to me or received any follow up phone calls.  There is a perfect peace that everything we went through last week was God's confirmation that MD Anderson is not meant for me.  I know they have done great things for many people, but for some reason that is not the direction that God wanted us to take.  The prayers so many prayed for us I believe were answered in a great way.  We are so thankful for the prayers and the peace we feel at this time in knowing God will continue to direct our paths. 

I will be going in to Highlands tomorrow morning early for lab and chemo.  We are waiting to see how the CT result from MD compares to my latest CT done in March.  It will be interesting to see what the scans show as far as improvement or not.  We've already been in contact with Cancer Treatment Centers of America and had some great information given to us.  They have given me a sense of peace that if we are to go another direction, that would be our next step.  It seems they treat the whole body and not just the disease. 




I am resting in Jesus tonight and trusting in His grace and mercies for each day He chooses to bless me with.
Psalm 119:49-50 "Remember your word to your servant, in which you have made me hope.  This is my comfort in my affliction, that your promise gives me life."

"Today is the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it."

3 comments:

  1. Sweetest blessings to you Janet!

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  2. I have been praying for you since you you began this journey. I am not sure who sent me your link but you are on my list. I have been doing the breast cancer dance for 5 1/2 years, my cancer is incurable. That is ok, I should not be here yet I am. Wanted to share with you the word STABLE. Medically it is an adjective meaning steady and constant, but it can be used as a noun, the place where Jesus was born. I rejoice in stable. There may be no easy answer to your cancer. Acceptance can be hard for you and family. The easiest and most difficult prayer is "Thy will be done." I will continue to pray.

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  3. The Lord gives strength where strength is needed, and I can see that you have been given a special measure. Praying that the Lord continues to lead you in His way and gives you and your family His peace.

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