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Naomi's Story - Blessed Assurance

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I’ve never met anyone who acts like a child more than Naomi.I know that sounds like a dig, but it really isn’t.She is a child before her creator, God and just like a child, Naomi talks to God.A lot.It’s a side of her I’ve admired from the moment I met her.She innocently and faithfully talks to God, just like a kid talks to their dad.She is honest and real with HIM and it was during a challenging day that she began to pray openly with her child-like heart.The conversation took place as she was driving in her car.It was a dreary, overcast day, but now and then the sun would tease and peek through the gray sky.

Naomi is in transition.She is planning to move to Texas and wonders about the move.Specifically, she wonders about God and asks questions.Where was HE in this leg of her journey?She had been seeking HIS reassurance, but she wasn't hearing that still small voice she was familiar with.So, she decided to pray that day while in her car.She wanted God at the center of everything and…

Tony's Story

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Lung cancer.  That was Tony’s diagnosis.  For Tony, this was just one small story on his journey.  He has many stories that reveal God’s faithfulness in ways impossible to explain on a human or earthly level.  On this leg of his journey, the lung cancer was just a minor detail.

Tony already took action by placing his trust in God’s hands.  He had faithful believers holding him up in prayer and from one unlikely circumstance to another, the way was made for Tony to receive treatment for his cancer at Mayo Clinic.  That in itself was not too extraordinary.  What was extraordinary was how the timing of his treatment hurdled over the usual timeline for cases like his.

Through this “unusual” timing, Tony was able to receive attention and care for his cancer.  Part of his treatment was a special type of radiation that made him feel quite afraid.   Even though there were doctors in the room, he felt alone.   As he lay still in the machine that would administer his treatment, he …