Healed of myeloma
Having been diagnosed with myeloma (bone marrow cancer) in February 2019 and given 6-12 months to live, I felt God told me to take the treatment, something I really didn’t want to do. However, I obeyed and took the treatment. I had intensive chemotherapy and stem cell treatment both of which nearly killed me. However, God saw me safely through and the cancer disappeared.
Then in December of 2020 I was called in to see my oncologist following a full-bodied MRI. I was told that the cancer had returned and I now had a spine that was broken in 5 places. (It was previously broken in 4 places). I was back to square one and my only option now was chemotherapy for the rest of my life which was predicted to be short. I decided that I would not take any treatment and I would stand on the Word of God instead and speak the Truth into the medical facts.
The breaks in my spine were in the middle of my back and had changed the curvature of my spine so that I was bent over forward and I was unable to stand up straight, lie down on my back and needed a walker to get around. I was in constant pain and living on 4 kinds of pain killers including morphine.
I continued to speak the Word over myself, confessing with my mouth that I was already healed, and speaking the Word into my circumstances. On the 3rd January this year I woke up and got out of bed as usual and I stood up completely straight with no spinal pain whatsoever. I decided to stop my painkillers (not recommended by doctors to stop immediately), and I had no adverse effects and still no pain. I have walked upright with no pain ever since, praise the Lord. I continue to stand in faith regarding the cancer knowing that God wants me well and the healing is already done and completed on the Cross.
I am looking at this from a done deal point of view, receiving by faith my healing. If God says I am healed then I am simply taking Him at his Word and believing what He says. The same is available to all of us. Faith is given to us by God and it takes the same amount of faith to believe that Jesus died for your sins and that you are saved as it does to believe that you are healed. I am thankful to God for all that He has done for me and give Him all the glory. Psalm 103:2 says, “Let all that I am praise the Lord; may I never forget the good things He does for me”.
Tess, January 2021