Cancer's Unexpected Blessings

When you enter the Valley of the Shadow of Death, things change


Blessings arrive in unexpected packages—in my case, cancer.

Those of us with potentially fatal diseases—and there are millions in America today—find ourselves in the odd position of coping with our mortality while trying to fathom God's will. Although it would be the height of presumption to declare with confidence What It All Means, Scripture provides powerful hints and consolations.

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My heart aches because someone close to me has very serious cancer. To that one, know that I am praying for you faithfully. We are praying for each family member specifically and by name.

Several nights this week, I was awake in the middle of the night thinking about my dear relative and his family. And I wondered: "how I would react? What would Jim Peet be like?" Yesterday Kathee and I had a long discussion about hope and how we would respond to the news of cancer. This article ministered to me today and I trust it ministers to all who read.

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