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8 Time 8.1 My Story “How long …” I asked the question doctors dread to hear. How long will my wife live? I spoke those words to the physician when my mother had her kidney transplant. I repeated the words when my wife had Melanoma surgery and had thirty-four lymph nodes removed because the disease… Continue reading Time

Thanks for the Memory

The Value of Giving Thanks  Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness understands the value of giving thanks for what you have. When you care for a person with a chronic illness, too often you focus on the negative and the bad. Instead of focusing on the adversity of the… Continue reading Thanks for the Memory

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Part of learning to live with a chronic illness is learning to use the time God has given to us. The Bible teaches that God has the days of our lives numbered. Here are five examples: Job 14:5 King James Version (KJV), “Seeing his days are determined, the number of his months are with thee,… Continue reading Time