Lately I have turned this blog into a blog updating my fathers condition. I’m unhappy that my father has cancer, but I know he will be OK because he is definitely a man who has a strong faith in God. I’ve seen so many miracles in my family that you just know the only answer is God. My nephew Ben always told me when I was going through cancer treatment that there was nothing to worry about because grandma and grandpa were praying for me and God always answers their prayers; and you know, he’s absolutely right. I knew it then and I know it now. I told my dad a few days ago that I hope he’s still praying for me. 🙂
I’m pass due on my cat scan and it’s making me a little nervous but I shouldn’t be. I’m trying to get the $3,000 lowered. Anyway, I was on Rick Warren’s facebook page today and he wrote, “The real problem with your problem is you don’t immediately ask God for wisdom and help. James 1:2-8” Then he says his surf board is huge. So I looked it up and it just happens to be a passage for one of the verses I’ve listed on this blog, and it just happens to be a verse that I love and read over and over and over. James 1:6, But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind.” This time I heard God speaking to me. I want my surf board to be as big as Rick Warrens’.
My dad is going to be in the hospital for a few days. The infection from his urinary tract has spread to his blood. He’s being treated at Swedish by the top urologist and an infectious disease doctors. This problem seems to be baffling and he won’t get another chemo treatment until the doctors get to the root of the problem. So that’s good news because once and for all we are going to get his problems under control and time is the essence since his next chemo treatment is scheduled for next Thursday. I know they will fix the problem because I have a really big surf board.