“It was funny, because, through all of that my heart through the diagnosis…my heart wasn’t crying out that God would heal me of that God would change the circumstances within the very deepest part of my soul was crying out that God would be there and that he would be real and that he would prove that he loved me.”
Today’s video story is an interview with Meghan Strine, who grew up at Ashland Grace. She is a staff member at Grace serving senior pastor Dan Allan and youth ministries.
“It just comes down to the fact that when we are sick, when are helpless, when we are weary, when we are tired, when are desperate, there is a good, good Father who will meet us in that.
…I can tell you from the depths of my soul that is not too much for God, and…he is faithful.”
Since this video was produced, Strine’s cancer has returned. She writes in a recent Facebook post, “Please don’t miss the miracle God has worked in my heart and how he has turned this awful illness into a pure and simple peace and rest. …my soul has found rest in the saving power of Jesus Christ in my life.”
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