This Scripture tells us the only answer that matters:
Be still and know that I am God. (Psalm 46:10a)
Dear sisters, our responsibility is to do our best to heal after breast cancer. It’s God’s responsibility to heal us.
It’s our responsibility to partner with Him to walk out our healing.
Every Tuesday in December, you’ll receive a blog on the healing benefits of walking together in support groups, and a unique opportunity you will have to be part of an online group.
On Thursdays, you will be receiving a Scripture to encourage you through the busyness of the holiday season.
Before Christmas, I will offer you a beautiful present that will be free just for you. It comes from the heart of Jesus, and will speak to each of you.
God bless you, my friend, as we end this month of Thanksgiving, and enter into the season of HOPE that never fails.
Suzanne Bonner, Author
Thriving in God’s Love:
Seven Powerful Steps to Heal Body, Soul, and Spirit After Breast Cancer
“But I am like an olive tree, thriving in the house of God. I will always trust in God’s unfailing love.” Psalm 52:8 (NLT)