Jun 15, 2010 - 5:16 pm
My fiance' passed away last night. He was 30 years old. He was diagnosed in 2008 with stage 4 lung cancer. He never smoked a day in his life. We flew from WV to MD Anderson in Houston, TX to get a second opinion. There we were told he could recieve chemo and try clinical trials. He was told that even with these treatments, he only had several months to live. Jason is a Christian man of great faith and believed that God would heal him. He read his bible daily, recited healing scriptures over and over, had hands laid on him and was anointed with oil. A year and half later, he started feeling bad again. He went to the Dr. and had a CT scan and ultrasound done. They found that the tumor in his lung had doubled in size and had metastasized to his liver and spleen. It was all in the Lord's hands. He needed a miracle. Before we found out that nothing could be done, I asked Jason if he was scared. He said no. That if he could recieve chemo it would work or if not, heaven awaits. He told me that God heals some and some he doesn't. After 4 days in the hospital, Jason passed away. I lost my best friend, the love of my life, the one that I could depend on to be there for me. I feel so lost. I don't understand why God didn't heal this precious soul. He must have needed him in heaven and had a greater plan for him. The one thing Jason would want more than anything in this world is for those that are lost to recieve the Lord Jesus as their personal savior. If you do not know him, I pray that you will come to know Him before its too late. He died for you because he loves you. You never know when it will be your time.
Baby, thank you for everything. Thank you for always being there for me. For your love, patience, understanding. For all of the fun times and taking places I wouldn't have gotten to go if it wasn't for you. For being my prayer warrior. You were a precious gift from God. You have enriched so many lives. I love you and I will miss you so much. Praise God that you are no longer in pain or suffering. I will see you again. "He touched me..."