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In His Time



In His time, in His time.
He makes all things beautiful, in His time.
Lord, please show me every day,
As You’re teaching me Your way,
That You do just what You say,
In Your time.
In Your time, in Your time,
You make all things beautiful, in Your time.
Lord, my life to You I bring,
May each song I have to sing
Be to You a lovely thing,
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Heal the Mind and Soul Besides The Tumor


Cancer: The Monster That Kills? 

For most people, a cancer diagnosis means death. Unfortunately, the world is primed to the idea that cancer always kills. It is not necessarily so. I have often told cancer patients: You don’t have to die of cancer. I do not have cancer but I may die earlier than you. So take it easy and don’t worry so much. It is not good for your healing. I do not say this just to please them. I ...

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Be An Exceptional Patient, Not A Statistic


In giving the prognosis, doctors are only relying on statistics. Their words are based on what literature says in terms of average. Statistical averages do not necessarily apply to you, especially if you are a patient with a strong desire to win and help yourself. Statistical average does not take into account exceptional patients. If you give up and have no desire to hang on and seek healing, you become a part of that statistic. So, you have a choice ...

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Cancer Patients: Go for Healing!


Most people who come to see us are generally desperate and lost. They do not know what else to do. Some of them have never had any experience with cancer before. So they are unsure of what to do: to go for surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy? Yet many others are told point blank that there is no more treatment available for them or there is nothing that can be done. In simple language it means to go home and wait to ...

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Cancer Patients and Their Doctors


Flanders Dunbar (in Emotions and Bodily Changes) wrote: “It does not matter whether the mind or the body is the primary seat of the disorder: in either case it is the patient who must be treated first, then the disease itself, and only then the symptoms.” The fact is, modern medicine is so preoccupied with physical treatments and the use of scientific gadgets, drugs, etc., that very often, the treatment of the person is overlooked or neglected. In some worse instances, the ...

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