By Lynn Eib

You've simply heard a analysis that shakes your international: it really is melanoma. And what you lengthy for many is the desire that every thing might be ok. you're not by myself. As an established melanoma survivor, Lynn Eib understands firsthand how that feels. And as a sufferer recommend assisting millions dealing with melanoma, she additionally understands what provides humans wish. In 50 Days of Hope, Lynn stocks awesome, real tales of these who've been on your sneakers and came upon that once God and melanoma meet, desire is rarely distant. even if you are a melanoma sufferer or strolling with a family member on a melanoma trip, you will discover 50 Days of Hope jam-packed with the day-by-day dose of encouragement you wish.

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Goliath was more than nine feet tall. ” That phrase appears many times throughout the Old Testament, and it was what I said to myself as I awoke on most post-diagnosis mornings. “I feel like a little shepherd with a slingshot facing a giant named Cancer, and it is more than I can handle,” I told the Lord. “But I am so glad it is not more than You can handle. The battle belongs to You, Lord. Fight for me and through me. ” And He did. I love how the apostle Paul describes a time in his life when he was faced with more than he could handle: We think you ought to know, dear brothers and sisters, about the trouble we went through in the province of Asia.

But I wanted to yell back at them, “How do you know? ” I had the sense that it made them feel better to tell me I was going to be all right, but it didn’t do much for me. The first person to really give me hope was a woman named Pat who came up to me after my first cancer support group meeting at the local hospital, put her arm around me, walked me to my car, and told me I would make it through my chemotherapy. Do you know why I believed her? Not because she had years of medical training or decades of worldly wisdom.

Thankfully, I didn’t crash, but I did find something bigger than me to stop my slide. Actually, Someone. I slid right into the big, open arms of an all-knowing God, who assured me that He had seen the black ice coming. I prayed He would just make the black ice disappear so I could be carefree once again, but He didn’t. So I continued riding on the thin layer of black ice through surgery and six months of weekly chemotherapy, which included having to endure a drug to which I was allergic. As I was finishing treatment, I made the “mistake” of asking my oncologist, Dr.

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