1. Mr. Fleming, your letter put my heart in a very heavy place. The loss of anyone to cancer, but especially a child or young person, is indeed a tragedy and I would not try to tell you I know how you feel, because I don't. Just know that for some reason your anger and pain comes through your words, and touched me enough to want to respond. We cannot begin to understand God's thoughts or His ways - they are beyond the comprehension of our limited human minds. I do know that He is good, He is in control, and He loves each and every one of us more than we can imagine, and in a way we cannot know unless we know Him. One more thing I know, He chose to 'cure' that child completely because in Heaven there is no cancer, and she is there with Him right now. If you know Jesus as your Lord and Savior, He promises you will see her again one day. I pray for you and the family of this little girl for His Comfort and Peace in your hearts.
    October 01, 2012 3:35 pm on Leave God out of politics, schools, newspapers
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