Handling Lymphoma Cancer
Date: Mar 31st, 2008 9:26:23 am - Subscribe
Mood: fighting


Are you turning to religion when diagnosed with lymphoma? Does it help? There are many ways to deal with a life threatening situation. Religion can help but is not for everyone.

When you have been diagnosed with lymphoma it is not uncommon to turn to religion for help. Sometimes it helps people get back on track with the lord. You are going through a tough time in your life and turning to your religion can help you in many ways.

Many start attending church again. This in itself can raise someone's spirits for a church is a family of people that come together when you are in need of help. Some don't have family close to them or maybe not any at all. So, having this family in the church can help them in so many ways.

When you turn to religion you can have a fresh start. Maybe they have been saved in the past but need to renew their bond with the lord. It is not uncommon to do this after finding out you have lymphoma. It gives them hope. They will start reading their bibles again and attending all types of church events. Some big churches even offer support groups that can help in their own way.

Being diagnosed with lymphoma or any illness can be life changing, sometimes for the better. It helps many step back and take a good look at their lives and what they want to do with the time they have left. It can help then get through each step of treatments with a higher power on their side. Prayer becomes part of their everyday battle.

There is nothing wrong with turning to religion for help. It is part of the shock that comes along with finding out the news. You shouldn't have to struggle through the battle alone. Having faith and a church family that will have you in their prayers everyday it enough to give you hope and raise your spirits. There are people who love and care for you and will help you no matter what happens. You can find this and more in a church family.

It doesn't matter your age or what you have done in the past. Lymphoma cancer can hit anyone. All that matters is you are coming home to where the lord wants you to be, with him. You have to forgive yourself for all things you have done and know that you will no go back to that lifestyle. You are changing your life for the better and relying on the lord for help. As the saying goes, he doesn't give you more than you can handle. Even though at times it seems he does and that you can't possible keep doing what you are doing. You can and you will, for him.

There is a reason for all the things that happen in our lives and ways to deal with them all. You have to find the way that works best for you and turning to religion may be the best way for you. Get the strength and support you need from your fellow church members, but most importantly from the man that can help you always.

Comments: (0)


Bliss Template
Create your own Free Aeonity Blog Today
Content Copyrighted wc2345dw at Aeonity Blog