Thursday, November 9

The latest...

As of my appointment at the University today, operating on the tumor is not an option and chemo will be starting next week.

Life is indeed bittersweet when one is reminded of mortality, especially when days are numbered so short. We never know when God is going to bring us home but I have to say, "Dear Lord, I am ready whenever you are." Life isn't easy and perhaps it is selfish to think that I might make it home, away from the struggles of this life, any sooner than anyone else reading this. If it happens, it will be a welcome invitation.

God bless everyone!


Blogger Ilmarinen said...

I'm sorry to hear that, Markus.

Isaiah 54:10
"Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed," says the LORD, who has compassion on you.

7:34 AM  
Blogger Ijumped said...

All I can say is that God knows whats next. I know it must be kind of overwhelming right now. One thing that I have learned through some very traumatic experiences is that tomorrow does come, whether we fear it or not. Try and keep a postitive attitude that "I will be healed". "I will be the miracle patient that they all talk about." Even if the healing is not what you expect, it will come. You have so many people praying for your healing that you don't even know.

11:39 AM  
Blogger free2bme said...

Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your loved ones, Markus. My thoughts are with you.

8:39 PM  

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