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fanniemay
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Joined: Nov 2011

I have recently read of some members who are afraid to check this site because we have had some sad news. Actually, I was one of them. To those of you who believe in the power of prayer, prayer works. I am not going to testify of the many miracles I have had in my life, but I do want to tell you that after my 5th chemo(stopped at 5 because of bad side effects). I had a meeting with my dr. and he said "well we gave it everything we've got and there is a very good chance that your cancer will not come back" I feel so blessed!! I am 1A with cancer limited to the uterus. my lymp nodes and pelvis wash were all negative. I decided to attack my cancer through prayer and believing in the Lord to heal me. When I first heard the C word I thought I had only 6 months to live. We have an awesome God. The closer we get to Him, the closer He gets to us. I do not want to go on about my faith, but please send me a message if you want to hear more. I had my surgery Nov. 11th, 2011. Peace to all

fanniemay
Posts: 51
Joined: Nov 2011

wow, I just realized my surgery was the on the 11th month, the 11th day of the year 2011. I don't know if that means anything, but it is an interesting fact.

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daisy366
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Joined: Mar 2009

Fanniemay,

I agree there is such positive energy in prayer and faith. I struggle with trust and faith sometimes so your post is helping me alot. Thank you. I think 11/11/11 is a powerful number and I'm glad to hear of your positive attitude and positive medical result.

Please add me to your prayer list. Hugs to you. Mary Ann

fanniemay
Posts: 51
Joined: Nov 2011

Mary Ann, Keep thinking positive thoughts. Don't let the devil or evil thoughts bring you down. You are in my prayers. Edith

imackie48
Posts: 96
Joined: Nov 2011

Its so good to hear from you, and I'm glad you're done with the chemo. Are you having any radiation? I just finished my last brachytherapy internal radiation today. I am glad that's done with.
I could have never made it through this cancer journey without the Lord, all the bad days and nights with all the side effects, I prayed to God to help me get through this, and I believe he carried me when I could no longer walk. When I couldn't sleep with insomnia, I had God to talk to and there were times when I thought I could hear him say, you will make it through this, and eventully I would fall asleep.
Edith, I agree with you, we do have an Awesome God.
Hugs and prayers to you and all our board sisters.
Irene

light42day
Posts: 62
Joined: Mar 2012

Thanks so much for sharing your healing and how prayer has helped you! I know the prayers of people have held me up through my cancer dx, surgery and Chemo. It's the grace of God that gets me through those times when I feel so crummy. We all need that hope of healing and that's what keeps us going I think. The love of our Father be with you and bless all of you!

fanniemay
Posts: 51
Joined: Nov 2011

Hi light42day, So happy to hear that you also look to the Lord for healing and that His grace keeps us all going. I just have to remember what Jesus all went through on the cross for us and my sufferings seem so minor. God BLess

fanniemay
Posts: 51
Joined: Nov 2011

I had to quit my chemo at 5 because of the bad side effects. Yes, the Lord carried me through my journey also. We are the same...when I can't sleep I talk to God and also listen and watch Christian videos on youtube. How did the internal radiation go? I have to make an appointment for my first one soon. Nice to talk to you again. email me whenever you want. Edith

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