Dear friends, I want to thank you all once again for all your prayers regarding the bladder cancer I had. Your prayers, as well as mine, were answered.
As you know, I had the cancer removed from my bladder two weeks ago and I had no pain or side affects from the procedure. I still feel fine, as if nothing has happened.
Today I received the report from my urologist about the biopsy on the cancer. Continue Reading →
What is your long-term plan? What are your life goals? And what influences determine your goals?
A person’s perspective dictates the answer to all of these questions. So, as God’s people, do we have the right perspective to set the right goals in our lives?
God has a way of putting things “in perspective” for us. The answers to life’s questions are always found in His Word.
For the world offers only a craving for physical pleasure, a craving for everything we see, and pride in our achievements and possessions. Continue Reading →
Living a consistent life for Jesus is our goal as Christians. Our lives should demonstrate God’s love for all people. This translates into a lifestyle that expresses God’s love, kindness, mercy, forgiveness, compassion and many other wonderful attributes of God.
Expressing God’s love for others pleases God and brings Him glory. This is what our existence on this earth is really about. It is God’s plan that His people show the world around them who He is and what He is like. Continue Reading →
Dear friends, what an amazing morning. I cannot believe how well things went with my procedure for the tumor in my bladder. (Actually, I can. God took care of everything!) I entered surgery at 11:30 and was in my car going home at 2:00. The entire process took only 2 1/2 hours. Absolutely no pain or after affects at all. (I do have a very slight discomfort that almost amounts to nothing.) This is highly unusual. Continue Reading →