Come along on my faith-based, encouraging, and humorous journey as the Lord Heals me from the invasion of breast cancer.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

What is going on?

Hi friends.
Thought I'd put out a quick post and let you know what has been going on.

Mon - I spoke with a naturopathic doctor and ordered some supplements. He believes breast cancer follows a pattern of iodine deficiency in thyroid and domino effect from their. Sounded good to me.

Tues - went to heart doctor. Did ekg and there is something with left something or another. : ) So I have to have a echo cardiogram and stress test.  (Gee you'd think having a cancer attack you is enough stress)

Wed. - went to the oncologist. Really nice place filled with nice people. I like the doctor and she is a Christian. But only deals with chemotherapy.  The cancer that has attacked me is now listed as a Stage 3c. That is just a hair under a Stage 4.

Does that scare me?  NO. the Lord told me to fear not and I am still holding to that.

But I realize I have waffled from my standing on faith declaration a couple of Sunday's ago. And as a result I am in the valley of indecision. The T intersection is fast approaching. And I have decisions to make.

Do I go down chemo, surgery, chemo and radiation trail?

Or down the path of faith?

Even possible they are the same path.

So you see, I am struggling to make a decision.  At least I know, that whichever path I choose, I will live and not die. That I know. That I am sure of.

God is good and I believe  I will have a firm decision this weekend.

So pray for wisdom for me. and that I hear Him.

Love you all
FEAR NOT    The cancer is not going to take me out. THAT I know!

Verse of the week  [I will post to this blog on Thursdays]

Psalm 118:17
I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord.


  1. I stand with you, dear friend, and I know God will direct your path.

  2. Hey! I know you will here Him. I am praying for CLEAR direction.

  3. Thanks awesome friends. I know He will let me know.

  4. "You will hear a voice behind you saying, 'This is the way. Walk in it.'" Joining my prayers to yours for guidance and complete healing in this world.

    "And if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give ***life to your mortal bodies*** because of his Spirit who lives in you.
    Romans 8:10-12

  5. Thanks for visiting my Blog too, at
    I love the title of your Blog. Good luck on your decision making. It can be so confusing when you are right in the middle of it.

  6. Patty, do not take the attitude that having chemo denies your faith. God allows man to discover ways of fighting disease, and this is one of them. Not a perfect way by any means. It's only as far as we've gotten to date in fighting breast cancer. But God works through doctors and scientists. Using their medicines and talents is not a rejection of God's healing power. With love and prayers, Lee

  7. Next morning----What I mean to say is that you don't have to choose between faith and chemo, radiation, and/or surgery. They are all available to you, faith first. You do have to choose treatments and decide what you will tolerate and what is going to be best in the long term. For that decision, faith and prayer are of the highest order of importance. We, your friends and sisters in the Lord, stand with you in prayer.

    1. Thanks Lee. I don't think taking chemo denies my faith. Just not very excited about putting poison into my body. But God will let me know what to do.
      One thing I am certain of - I will not die from this attack.
      The Lord is healing me and I'll walk the path He has for me.
      Love you