I wrote about it to hopefully move people to prayer and writing about it made a fact I had avoided real to me.
Now, I have to write another fact about Miss Kitty to make it real to me.
Miss Kitty no longer has cancer.
The cancer was in her eye…a large , hard, white growth had covered her left eye and the vet said we could either remove the eye or euthanize her.
The surgery was way out of my price range, but neither Missy, nor myself, were ready to say goodbye.
I would pray and I would wait.
Then, a terrible thing happened.
My town burned down and I had to evacuate my house…she would live in the car with me for a spell.
I bought her a little cat house that sat on one side of the seat, her litter box on the other side, food and water on the floor.
It was in this mess that she looked up at me from the backseat of my car…and I could clearly see that the growth was shrinking and her pupil was visible for the first time in weeks.
In the days since, her eye has become clearer and clearer…my cat has been healed.
Deal with it.
This raises questions I have no answers to and the very act of asking those questions will squelch the joy right out of the miracle.
I refuse to engage in that.
Joy is a rare and precious commodity these days…unfortunately, it has become a virtue to be joyless.
Having any joy now means that you have failed to assess the grave political, social, and ecclesiastical crises we are in.
Most folks are depressed and many have added rage to the depression.
I understand, but I’ll pass, thank you.
You see, I worship a God that in the midst of great tragedy and fear will reach down and pet my cat, healing both of us in the process.
In all this turmoil God is good and God is working…my prayer is that He would heal us all of our blindness and the cancers that are devouring us.
There is hope.
Do you want to be healed?
Make your own application…