Sheri Posted August 23, 2006 Share Posted August 23, 2006 To keep my Dad alive. I've been a single mother for fifteen years, my Dad is the only father my daughter has ever known. About a month before he was diagnosed, my Dad prayed to God to help him quit smoking and added "but please don't kill me". When he was diagnosed with the deadliest of lung cancers, small cell, although early stage and inoperable for a cure, he quit a 40 year habit on the spot. After chemo and radiation, we rejoiced when he achieved remission. We thought perhaps God didn't think he should lose a lobe or go through surgery. His cancer has since recurred. He's now considered terminal. My Dad has lead a very faithful and honorable life. How do we deal with our shaken faith? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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