They say people generally respond 1 of 2 ways when faced with crisis: fight or flight. Wikipedia describes the ‘flight’ like an animal that freezes when faced with danger; while the animal that will ‘fight’ will attack.
The day I was told I had breast cancer I made a decision; I would not freeze in fear. I decided I would attack by fighting for my healing, fighting for my kids, and fighting for my life.
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God will always use others to encourage you when you are facing a difficult situation. I had a friend tell me she saw a warrior and a fighter in me; this was months before cancer knocked on my door. Just a few days ago she said the Lord showed her a picture, that I was like Xenia, the Princess Warrior. Remember that show?
There is a second part to the FIGHT; I don’t have to fight alone and I don’t even have to do all the fighting.
Exodus 14:14 (AMP) ”The Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace and remain at rest.”
He will be with you in battle, do your fighting for you and bring you the victory. I’m a Princess Warrior and I serve the King of Kings; He’s my Father and He won’t allow me fight a loosing battle.
There’s a Princess Warrior in you, too!
Love you more than picturing myself dressed up in Xenia’s costume,
Just a reminder, I’ll be preaching again this Sunday, July 15th and will continue with Part #2 the message from last week.
I think my title might be: “Kickin’ Cancers Butt While I Trust in Him”