Miraculous healing from cancer
“the tumor practically fell out of you” | healed of cancer
Healed from Lung Cancer in the Fourth Stage I praise God for His mercies and mercy in my fourth-stage lung cancer recovery. I went in for a routine examination in March 2011, and the X-ray revealed a shadow in my right upper lobe.
As I sat in front of the doctor, my mind was racing with questions. More bad news was discovered after a biopsy and scan. The shadow was discovered to be a 188.8.131.52 nodule on the right upper lobe, with ground glass opacity nodular lesions on the left upper and right lower lobes. I was diagnosed with advanced multi-focal cancer in both lungs, which was confirmed. As the news started to sink in, my worries and anxieties began to rise. I had the feeling that I didn’t have much time left. I began to organize and dispose of my belongings. I cried out to our Lord for help, and He answered me, as Psalms 118:17 says, “I shall not die but live to declare the Lord’s works.”
On October 30, 2011, by God’s grace, I walked into Cornerstone Community Church. I believe God was guiding me as I sought Him out. The worship songs and messages reassured me that Jesus is Lord and has authority over both heaven and earth. For Him, nothing is too difficult or unlikely. “Call unto me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things which thou knowest not,” Jeremiah 33:3 says.
I was healed of blood cancer and had a miracle baby | lyta’s
Good day, CJS. On our Cancer Aid website, which I have linked for you, we have some details about the grade and stage of mouth cancers that may be of assistance. Understanding all of the staging and medical jargon can be a little frustrating at times, so I’ll ask one of our nurses to come in and respond to your post as well. If you prefer to call them, they are available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on 0808 800 4040, which is free from a UK landline and most mobile networks. best regards, Moderator of the Cancer Talk, Jenn
Hello, CJS. As you messaged me on my thread (Mum reunited with Dad), I’ve answered there. I just want to express my condolences that you are going through this. My heart hurts for you, and I fully understand how you’re mourning for your father while also seeing aspects of your mother’s health that remind you of him. As you know, I lost my father first, then my mother five months later, and I felt the same way. My mother didn’t know her full diagnosis because she didn’t want to, and it was difficult to keep it hidden from her and pretend all was well. Don’t be too hard on yourself; you don’t have to be powerful all of the time; allow yourself to weep, scream, or be angry; whatever you’re feeling, let it out; it’s not good to hold it within. Take care and keep posting when necessary; it will help. I wish you luck x
Powerful testimony – man healed completely from bone
Doctors informed Samira Jargoun that there was nothing else they could do for her husband, Hissam, at three o’clock in the afternoon. Chemotherapy and infusions had been going on for months. In his fight against cancer, the most modern medical therapies performed at the university hospital in Stockholm had proven to be both painful and ineffective.
Hissam and Samira have never had it easy in their lives. They were born in Iraq and fled the country in 1997 after a life of humiliation and persecution. They traveled to Sweden to see their daughter Nada. They had a happy life there before Hissam returned from a trip to Germany in February 2007 with a high fever. Hissam’s fever wouldn’t go down, so his family took him to the hospital for a checkup. Samira didn’t want her husband to know the findings because they were so depressing. Hissam was suffering from leukemia.
Despite a long history of good health, Hissam’s advanced age was a concern for the doctors. They didn’t know if he’d make it through chemotherapy. However, by the end of 2007, his physicians had decided that he needed to begin the injections.
A breast cancer miracle story
So, what are you going to do with that? We thought we were returning to the United States to raise our children, but now a doctor tells me I’ll die in six weeks. My wife and I made the decision to claim God’s promise to us. For around 24 hours, we cried on our knees.
We told all of our African and American friends that I was sick and dying. We made the decision to attack the cancer in this manner. My wife made me drink green tea and a lot of water, of course. The doctor tried to inject poison into my body, but we all knew God was in charge. A flash of warmth ran through my entire body after ten days of praying and asking God for help.
So, why am I telling you this? I’m sharing it with you. Others’ testimonies are what the Church stands on, and I’m one of them. All the glory and honor belongs to God. I want you to know that this isn’t the Hezekiah story; instead, it’s thousands of years later, and you get to hear Scott’s side of the story. Thank you, Lord!