Beauty In The Brokenness

For those who have experienced or who will experience chemotherapy… this is a perfect example of another miracle story of God’s renewal in that process.

My gift of going through a life altering diagnosis and low dose long term chemo was an experience I would have dealt with quite differently had God not sent me a messenger (Ina Masters) with the His Truth that my duagnosis and treatment was not a curse, but a great gift from the Father.

She shared with me how to receive from the Father each day, rather than from another. I came through even better than that as because of the chemo pushing the restart button for my body. I no longer have any Fibromyalgia or any other issues previously involving inflammation and such.

God truly healed my body completely. To Him be the glory.

I was able to meet and be with Marcia at the Simply the Story Training in Hemet. She is one lovely, talented gift to the Body of Christ.

Art Engaging Story

P1090853 Beauty In The Brokenness, Marcia Carole, Mixed Media

My current church, Village 7 Presbyterian Church, is really supportive of the creative arts. The most recent call for work, at the church, is for pieces created from previously used materials. That assignment got me thinking about all the beautiful cards I received while I was dutifully going through chemo for stage 4 breast cancer. Maybe I could use those cards for a large collage, and make something beautiful in response to my own brokenness?

As I carefully looked over the hundreds of saved cards, notes, Bible verses, prayer cards from former students, hand-made cards and original art given to me at that time, my heart was flooded with gratitude for so many dear family members and friends who prayed for me, cheered me on, comforted me and pointed me to Jesus, my only source of true healing. It was like opening bouquets…

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