My phone tweeted a celebratory Facebook status upon leaving the doctor's office, "It's officially a No Cancer Day!" The last two days have been completely exhausting. And overwhelming. And amazing.
I really am pinching myself to see if this is really my life. Me? Really? Cancer? No cancer? It's still hard to fathom even after a year.
My prayer reamins, "God, don't let me waste it."
I just made this my Facebook status and I pray it over every.single.one of you who call out my name to HIS name, HIS face, HIS throne:
Tonight I'm praying for ALL who have prayed on behalf of my healing. I pray God shows up and mightily answers ALL your prayers as He did the ones you prayed for me. And join me in a big Amen!
I love to tell people my story because not only do I get to brag about my God, I get to brag about His people. You guys are simply divine. Each one of your comments is a treasure to me. Thank you for still hanging around a year later to encourage me and hold me up when I get tired and every three months when my nerves threaten to collapse. This blog is truly one of my pleasant places in life.
God has used this path in life to unite us, to gather an army, and for that I'll be forever grateful. Let's continue to wage war together. Please leave your amens and your requests here and pray for the comment ahead of you. Pray for the comments instead of just reading them. It is my honor to lift each one high to a Mighty God who has allowed our paths to cross. May we not waste this opportunity.
And all my bloggy friends said a big and loud AMEN!
LORD, you alone are [our] portion and [our] cup;
you make [our] lot secure.
The boundary lines have fallen for [us] in pleasant places;
surely [we] have a delightful inheritance.