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    I know God doesn't give us more than we can handle. I can't ask why or how many trials need to be met because God already has the answer and paid the price for all of us.

    Finished up steroids after Lupus was in left side of chest. I was profoundly relieved that I could sit up in bed once again as I couldn't for 7 days. The simple things we take for granted really humbles us. I found out I was being laid off due to budget cuts. I pray about it as it could be worse. Then I received word of my Mom's cancer being back.

    I have been praying for my Mom. My Mom's cancer is back for the 4th time in 6 months and they think it may be inoperable or if it is operable, she will lose all body functions as it is suspected that it has moved into the bowels. My Mom is 70 years old and wants to go and do as much as possible. Right now she can't even sit in a chair due to the pain from cancer. My heart is heavy and breaking. I cried the first two nights I heard of her cancer coming back and then began praying . . . eventually falling asleep.

    My wonder why must a person go through so much pain and suffering? I know that it allows us to enjoy the hills and valleys . . . but why so much pain? I also understand this is God's fight to fight. I have already lost my mother-in-law to cancer; please God not my Mom as well. I pray that the cancer is operable and can be removed without her losing body functions. I know you are listening God and I also know that you already know the end result. I am trying not to be selfish, but I am being selfish because I love my Mom with all my heart and she has sufferred through so much.


    Please join us in prayer for my Mom, Charlie, as I truly believe in faith and prayer.

    God Bless,

    Faith

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    FAITH,

    Oh my dear friend.Im sorry its took along time to respond ive not been online,but my heart goes out to you and your MoM. You will both always be in my thoughts.Try keep strong.I know its easy to say but i understand the pain you must be feeling,but live each day as it comes.Be there for your Mom and enjoy life as much as you possibly can.One day at a time.I so hope they can operate and help your Mom.I dont know why these things happen,but its life and we are given huge things to deal with.You are in my thoughts Faith.Let us know how she is when you can.
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    Amanda.xxxxxxxx
    I am still here,just been on new meds so unable to function like i used to.I will pop back,just know im thinking of you all and hoping you are keeping on keeping on.xxxxxxx

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    Amanda,

    I have missed you too Amanda. How are you doing?

    Thank you for the kind thoughts and prayers. I try to stay strong; it's hard. You are right my friend; one day at a time. I wish I knew why we have so many trials at once. I guess the saying when it rains, it pours. I am trying to dance in the rain and praise Him. Thank you Amanda for posting; it means a lot to me. As soon as we know more information; I will post an update. Please keep her in your prayers. I am praying for God's grace and intervention.

    Thank you & God Bless,

    Faith

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    Faith;
    Your questions to God are very legitimate and I think that it is only faith that gives us answers, or at least peace. Why must those we love suffer in pain? Why? That is the question that lingers and seems to go unanswered.
    The peace that I find for that question is the peace knowing that there is no pain, there is no sorrow, and there are no tears when we are called. However, that is absolutely no comfort at all when we are praying for the health of someone that we love.
    I can hear the faith and the love in your post and I pray that you find both strength and peace in your heart and in your soul. I will be praying for you and for your Mom. Sending you warm and loving hugs.

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    Faith,

    I think Carlotta worded it much better than me there.Thinking of you always.I hope each day you know many people here are thinking of you.I know ive not been online much,but doesnt mean out of sight out of mind at all,cause i think of you all here as you have helped me so much.Hope today is a good day for your Mom,just try enjoy each other,laugh and do something nice,even if its just reading a book or watching a funny movie.In all this worry theres also joy,you have each other....and us!! And most of all your faith like Carlotta said.Keep posting,we are always here.....eventually ...sorry been a while.Hope you are ok too Carlotta.
    lots of love
    Amanda.xxxxxxx
    I am still here,just been on new meds so unable to function like i used to.I will pop back,just know im thinking of you all and hoping you are keeping on keeping on.xxxxxxx

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    Faith,

    I am raising you and your mom up in prayer. I think that you have very valid questions. I know it's hard to see someone we love battle so hard through their journey. Being selfish about the ones we love most is perfectly normal. I think it often seems like it is the most faithful who often have the most trials but maybe that is because HE only gives us what HE knows we can take. Your mom sounds very strong to have faced this enemy so many times and I am praying for you and her that she beats it again and for good.

    Sandy
    As long as this body works, I am going to enjoy life to the fullest for each second of every moment that I can.



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