Have you ever watched kids play hide and seek? They look for the best place to hide in the house or yard and wait quietly for their friend to try and find them. It’s a fun game for all involved, but even as adults, we need a good place to hide from time to time. Sometimes we need a place of safety, and we need a place to rest when we feel overwhelmed by the circumstances of life—a place where the enemy of our soul can never find us.
Elisa and I found comfort within each other yesterday with words of love, and tears of hope. You see, we were suppose to be on our 25th Anniversary Cruise (Mediterranean Cruise) this week but because of my diagnosis, we weren't able to go. Thus, missing our trip and the challenges we have confronted and dealt over the past few months, somewhat caught up to us both. Every now and again, you have to just let it all out! And, we did!
When we were first told about the cancer, we immediately felt shame, dirty, disgust, and wanted to hide and bury the cancer deep inside without anyone knowing. But, quickly discover that was the wrong to do and it angered my heart and spirit in doing so. It was overwhelming, but God quickly planted in our hearts the seeds of victory over the disease and claimed our victory.
The outpouring of love from family and friends has been overwhelming. My heart bleeds with love everyday as a different person reaches out to Elisa and I to share their love to us.
Love you for reading my post. Rock today!
Was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer on July 18, 2018 which may have crushed someone's soul and spirit. However, it did the opposite, as I already knew GOD had claimed my victory over this disease and was using me as an instrument to others who suffer from this deadly disease.