It Looks Like the Signature of God

Last Thursday I had a CAT  scan. I am now being scheduled for a scan every four months and Thursday was the day. Today I met with the oncologist for a report of the scan,

“Well, the tumor is not visible anymore. There is some scar tissue but nothing of concern has developed since your last scan,” she said.

“Great ” I said. Then she added, “There is a little area, a little white spot on the scan. The spot indicates that there might have been something there but it is not there now. It has never been seen on any other scan and it looks like an area where a healing has taken place.”

Here’s what I think: During the time between scans the enemy came back against my body and tried to mess with the genetics in an effort to get the cancer started again. God didn’t allow it because He still isn’t finished with me so He stamped it out.

To the radiologist and the oncologist it looks like a white spot. To me it looks like the signature of God saying, “Oh no you don’t!”

Praise God for His love and care and healing power.

In the Bonds of Calvary,

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. randy estelle
    Sep 15, 2010 @ 02:02:18

    Wonderful! Praise the Lord! I love this post.

    Reply

  2. erika
    Sep 15, 2010 @ 13:38:27

    Pretty much the coolest thing ever!!!!!!!!! WHOOHOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

    Reply

  3. Fred McCray
    Sep 24, 2010 @ 17:57:53

    The enemy operates on SNEAKY.
    We operate on the Power of GOD.
    It makes the song, VICTORY IN JESUS more meaningful.
    PTL

    Reply

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