What you don’t know can kill you…

My most current tweet is one that resulted from a conclusion that came when I asked the Lord why I lost so many friends to cancer. We had done everything that we saw in the scripture to do. The laying on of hands, anointing with oil, calling for the elders, praying the prayer of faith and yet they still died. When I asked the Lord about it, He showed me the lives of the people and revealed a common denominator. All those I had a close relationship with had little or no idea about their real purpose for being on this earth. I eventually developed the conviction that if you really don’t know your reason for being here, why stay? Since “being absent from the body is to be present with the Lord”, is far better, right? That’s why over the years I had become a little outspoken by stating, ” if you are ever going to beat cancer you have got to have a purpose for being here that is stronger than cancer.” However I had no idea, even using my worst imagination that I would ever have to prove this statement as being true. My greatest test of faith began in July 2007 when I first heard a doctor say, “Mr Clay you have cancer…”

Leave a Reply