The primary doctor sent me to the same doctor who had done the biopsy years ago. This time his reaction was not the same. He didn’t tell me not to worry, “this doesn’t look like cancer”. Instead he was quiet as he removed his gloves. “We should have the results in a few days. I will call you.” His seriousness showed me I should be concerned, my suspicions might be correct.
As I took my husband’s hand to leave the office, I could see his concern. I smiled and said, “Let’s go eat.” Silently I prayed for guidance. Our adult children did not know yet. How do I tell them and handle my husband’s anziety? Only with the Lord’s help will we get through this. He is still my Lord, my Savior, my strength, that has not changed. I’ll walk the path ahead with Him wherever it takes me.
“The Lord hears His people when they call to Him for help. He rescues them from all their troubles. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, He rescues those whose spirits are crushed. The righteous person faces many troubles, but the Lord comes to the rescue each time.” Psalm 34:17-19 NLT
“They do not fear bad news; they confidently trust the Lord to care for them” Psalm 112:7 NLT