“You are on the path of My choosing. There is no randomness about your life.”

This is what I read on May 1st, 2015 from my favorite daily devotional.

We always feel we are strong, able to endure whatever gets thrown our way EXCEPT when we hear the words Cancer. Our Lord was telling me I'm with you, I won't leave you under any circumstances. God sometimes allows satan to throw diseases at us. It's then we look to God for help,

He's a loving God who loves us so deeply He wants us to depend on Him in every aspect of our lives daily. Prayer doesn't always mean getting down on your knees, just start talking with Him, that's called prayer.

When every thing is going well we tend to take God for granted. All of a sudden we're not as strong as we thought we were. When I heard after 9 years I had a tumor associated with ovarian cancer, I found it hard to believe, even after all of the studies and writings I do, I honestly thought it would never come back, I was only in the first stage 9 years ago. I myself was ignorant of the fact I was in remission. Once you have cancer you'll always be in remission. Now how did I miss that, Good question huh?

I'll be entering Cedars-Sinai hospital Tuesday May 6th for a needle biopsy now that a few more areas of cancer has shown its ugly face, then Thursday for the tumor which is next to the main Aorta artery.

Could be a very touchy surgery if the tumor has attached itself to the artery. I have a peace about this, my faith is getting me through this, the idea of being awake during a needle biopsy is right now my only fear. Who wants to be awake during that which might take up to 2 hours. Think I'll ask for a Twilight sleep, that sounds a lot better to me. I'll keep you all informed.

Thank you for your faithfulness. Without you we would not be able to keep the web site and Facebook pages going.

In Jesus,
Sharon Leigh