Learning Through Loss

A sad but inspiring story of Karen, the mother of Joe, her dying  son. I re-post this to show true God given peace, in a time where non-believers would have no peace…

Blessings in Christ, bruce

This is the day that the Lord has made.

IMG_1883Like everyone, my character has been formed by my life experiences. I have had my share of trials, but I can honestly say that, looking back on them, I am thankful for what I learned through each one.

In May, 2012 my son called after visiting the doctor. He announced that the doctor suspected cancer and a biopsy was scheduled for Friday. I told him I’d be there. I was concerned, but over the years I came to expect trauma from Joe. He was an outdoorsman, a mountain man who loved snowboarding, kayaking, river rafting, hunting, fishing – and surfing whenever he would visit the beach. He had been banged up through so many adventures, and had a previous scare that came back benign. He was healthy and strong so I was confident he’d get through this one, even if the tests proved it to be cancer.

The surgeon met us…

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I present posts about God's Word, with a personal focus on how God's grace is received through saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ... Sinners must understand and obey the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ... See this link for more... https://godsmanforever.com/2014/10/26/the-truth-about-sin-10262014-by-bruce-reposted-from-7112013/
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