5 Billy Graham Answers About Cancer to Share This Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By   •   October 9, 2018   •   Topics: ,

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer.

Those six letters can spark instant fear in even the bravest men and women. It’s a disease without regard for race, religion or socioeconomic status. It has afflicted people around the globe, and few families have been able to escape its life-altering grasp.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cancer is the second leading cause of death. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women, with one in eight women in the United States receiving the dreaded diagnosis.

>> Follow along with Anne Graham Lotz’s journey since being diagnosed with breast cancer.

 
The Bible says perfect love casts out fear (1 John 4:18), and we can find peace in Jesus Christ, no matter the diagnosis. But the struggles of this life can often take our focus away from the One who gives strength and courage in the midst of pain.

This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, let these five archived answers from Billy Graham guide you to God’s truth for the many trials you and your loved ones may be experiencing:

I just got diagnosed with cancer and I’m scared. Do I need to have more faith?

>> Read and share Billy Graham’s answer.

Why is God not answering my prayers for healing?

>> Read and share Billy Graham’s answer.

How can I encourage those who are suffering from cancer? 

>> Read and share Billy Graham’s answer.

How can I be happy when my days are numbered?

>> Read and share Billy Graham’s answer.

I’m old, I’ve lived a sinful life and I have cancer. Is there any hope for me?

>> Read and share Billy Graham’s answer.

Do you want to fully surrender your life to God? Take the first step today.

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2 Comments

  1. Joyce says:

    Our son was a firefighter for 30 years. He served the community. He served the people. He has been diagnosed with cancer that came from being a firefighter. It is metastatic. He is right with the Lord but we, his mom and dad, are grieving and praying that God in His mercy will totally heal him. He served God while he was serving people. Please pray for his healing. His name is Craig. Thank you in Jesus’ name.

  2. Ric Whitson says:

    My wonderful wife, Ardell, battled cancer for 23 months and endured chemotherapy. She was fully cured from this horrible disease on September 5, 2013. She now resides in heaven with our Savior and many family members. She was fully cured and waits for me with our family. Our God and our Savior wiped away every tear, every pain and every memory of this terrible disease.