Personal Narrative: My Lymphoma Is In Remission

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Remission. I am thankful to share that the PET scan indicated that my lymphoma is in remission. Going forward, I will need to see the doctor every few months and be scanned every six. We are praying that I will be cured from this and for continued direction, how does God want us to use what we learned during these past 6 months? God allowed this to happen for a reason and we do not want to forget the lessons He taught us or what He may be calling us to do as a result. Be careful that you do not forget the LORD your God, failing to observe his commands, his laws and his decrees that I am giving you this day. Deuteronomy 8:11 Guàrdati dal dimenticare il Signore, il tuo Dio, al punto da non osservare i suoi comandamenti, le sue prescrizioni e le sue leggi che oggi ti do. Deuteronomio 8:11 As I have mentioned, there were many ups and downs, for myself & maybe even more so for my family. After the hematoma developed, I complained to a friend, “How could this happen, we took all the necessary precautions, even more so & this happens?!” She lovingly reminded me, “It is just a reminder that we are not in control.” The heart of man plans his way, but the LORD establishes his steps.…show more content…
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Siate sempre contenti e continuate a pregare. Qualunque cosa accada, ringraziate sempre il Signore, perché è questo che Dio vuole da voi che appartenete a Gesù Cristo. 1 Tessalonicesi 5:16-18 I don’t know what God has planned for my future but He does and I am trying to have peace and trust in that. Although I don’t want to go thru this again I am thankful for what He has taught me as a result and I am praying that I do not waste those lessons and He continues to change me. I am a planner and I know the seemingly never-ending doctor appointments and the unknowns will not be easy but I know if I trust Him, God can still be glorified thru
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