ON THE WINGS OF PRAYER

"If one more thing happens, I don't know what I'm going to do," I said to myself. I had just started a new job, moved to a new location, taken on a new church responsibility, and my mother had recently passed on. So much had happened lately, both good and bad, that I wasn't sure if I could manage any more change.

Well, that "one more thing" happened. One day I discovered a lump on my arm. As I recalled my mother's battle with cancer and her last stay at the hospital, I became very afraid that this condition might be cancerous, too, and might be hereditary. But right on the heels of that came another thought—that I had experienced enough spiritual healing in my own life to know, in spite of my fear, that I could trust in God, whom I think of as my Mother-Father, to help me.

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