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Surgery 4 1/2 hrs - Update: Operation was a Success

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6 hours ago, BroadwayRay said:

Sorry you have to go through that, but hang in there. Don’t underestimate your ability to fight back and heal. 


Mrs. Cat's sister has battled twice and won each time!  Swamp... you will win this battle.

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A friend of mine recently experienced something miraculous with his little daughter.

Nobody at school told her not to look directly at the eclipse so she did briefly and then had some pain and headaches.

After tests, the doctor said she would unfortunately have permanent nerve damage.

They were referred to a specialist who told them the same thing and also to follow up with another even more specialized specialist — “pediatric ophthalmic neurologist” 🫨🙃

The family and their prayer network brought this concern to the Lord, and after waiting to weeks to finally see the guy, they examined and ran tests which showed that not only was there no indication of any nerve damage at all but that her vision problems were fixed — she no longer even needs to wear glasses.

Cancer is so wicked, but I have learned to trust that God is still and always and forever good.

Miracles do happen.

Praying 🙏for you bro for peace and healing and for a successful surgery 

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Prayers lifted for you.  I have some idea of what you're going through. I had a radical prostatectomy last year because of aggressive cancer.  I'm fine now.  Our mind is a powerful thing. I pray that your surgery will be a complete success, and they will get all the cancer and that you will have no recurrence.  A great book to read that can help you heal and deal with the emotional trauma is "Radical Remission Surviving Cancer Against All Odds" by Kelly A. Turner, PhD.  Wishing you the best!

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