God didn’t set us up for an angry rejection but for salvation by our Master, Jesus Christ. He died for us, a death that triggered life. Whether we’re awake with the living or asleep with the dead, we’re alive with him! So speak encouraging words to one another. Build up hope so you’ll all be together in this, no one left out, no one left behind. I know you’re already doing this; just keep on doing it. (1 Thes 5:11). Circumstance – my body – professionals – authorised teachers
I came tired and heavy laden, dry and grimy, the light of Jesus dim within me. Wooed and led to this pool by His gentle voice. Expectant, but apprehensive. Excited, yearning. “Lord,” I had cried, “I want you to break me, to cleanse me, refresh me. To put your arms around me. To embrace Your bride and whisper words of love to me … I miss you Lord, please hurry … find me!” “I remember the times when I soared with Eagles wings, Every sinew alive, pulsating. Your lifeblood in m
I felt that the next part of the walk was a lot harder. Bottom line is that Chemotherapy is cumulative, which means that each cycle builds upon the strength of the last one – I was getting very tired and actually told the doctors that at this rate it wouldn’t be the cancer that would take me, but the treatments! Anyway, at the end of my 6th Chemo a further CT Scan showed that I still had some remnant in my groin and the doctors decided to continue with 2 further treatments.