My Wife Has Cancer; By God’s Grace She Is Surviving It!

In 2017 my wife, Melba, was diagnosed with cancer. She submitted herself to a laboratory test and it was indeed confirmed that she had breast cancer, a very unwelcome news.

It was however an opportunity too to become more closed to the Almighty who makes all things happen. He will do something great again as He has always done to us, we believe.

A friend helped us to a very good doctor of a Foundation. She was asked to undergo six chemotherapies with an interval of three weeks each. The protocol was later changed to an additional of 12 weekly sessions.

Midway along the weekly therapies my wife decided to stop because the regular blood tests prior to the chemotherapy were hurting her hand. She found recourse to taking natural and fresh food. She would prepare fresh juices in the morning like lemon grass (tanglad), avocado leaves, and cucumber among others.

Our meals included fresh vegetables for her salad and mostly unprocessed fish for the main menu. She takes meat once a week.

She gets good sleep, drinks plenty of water, keeps herself busy with spiritual things and most of all avoids stressful thoughts.

Her daily routine consists of praying after rising, fixing the bed, going to toilet and preparing the breakfast. Most of the day she reads and listens to wise discussions and teaches our grandson, Zion.

This year, 2019, my wife Melba, by the grace of Father God is doing well. She feels no pain. We could only thank Heaven for keeping her healthy and strong! Then we remember- in 1997 we decided to offer tithes (10% of our gross income) and even now we continue to be blessed by the promise (in Malachi 3:10 ) that He will take care for those who obey His commands.

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