Hi, my name is April and I was listening to KSBJ on the morning of Feb. 6th and your pastor was doing a sermon on Faith. I have to say that it was the best I have heard in a long time. My question is, is there any way that the sermon of that day on that radio station could be emailed to me. I would love to be able to read it every day to remind me of what I need to feel. You see, my husband was diagnosed with a terminal brain cancer in Nov. and I just know that was God speaking to me through your pastor. I would greatly appreciate any info you can give me.
Thursday, July 15, 2010
My dad received his last radiation treatment on Wednesday. Gets chemo taken off on Saturday, has a PET scan in 5 weeks and sees the doctor in 6 weeks.
The nurses were crying and amazed at how well he was doing, not been too sick, they thought he would have sores in his mouth, like most people with this type cancer and treatment received. God has been so good!! He said he told you but mom wanted me to e-mail you.
Another thing that happened....I have a cousin in California that I not seen since he was 5 and I was 12 or so. I found him and we have been communicating by e-mail. He lost his job Friday. He sent me an e-mail after I got home from church Sunday as to that fact...and he asked me to lift him up in prayer and I told him I would...that there were things already in progress that he didn't even know about...I WAS SO FIRED UP AFTER THAT SERMON SUNDAY MORNING!!
I told him David...I will pray for you and I believe you are going to get another job. He e-mailed me Wednesday...and said he starts this coming Monday on his new job....I told him Praise God...I knew you would..because God opens doors no man can close. He probably thinks I am crazy but I know God answered prayer. Like you said I'd rather be crazy than out there with all of those smart people!!!
I love you and Sis. Stoker and your family. Prayers are said daily for you and your family.
I appreciate your sincerity and truthfulness.
His humble servant,
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