2 Chronicles 20:12 We do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon you.
Have you ever been in a spot where it is hard to move? You become overwhelmed with your choices and it is difficult to take even one more step? That is exactly how I felt this past week.
I went in for my annual mammogram, which was no big deal until I received the call from the Woman’s Health Center. The radiologist wanted more images because he was concerned about a couple areas….. I was on my way to an estate sale to pick for our upcoming spring barn sale when I got the call. Junkin’ is one of my favorite things to do, but when I stepped into the sale, I couldn’t concentrate on the great items for sale. All that kept running through my mind were the words “dense tissue, masses, ultrasound”. After making a loop through the sale, I left with nothing. As I drove home, I prayed through the tears. By the time I reached my driveway, God had changed my view. I was no longer focused on the masses in my breast, but I was focused on Jesus. My circumstances may change drastically in the next few days, but Jesus remains the same today and forever.
After more images were taken, I was scheduled for a biopsy of the two masses. Neither of which were cancer! Even when I don’t know how to move forward, my focus remains on God…. He is good!
My heart sank as I began reading! So thankful you received good news. Your words inspire again!