Hanging in there

My name is Quinton, and a couple of weeks ago I found out that I had ALL Leukemia cancer.  It was all horrifying news to my family and myself; I’d never seen my mom and sister so upset and it was the first time I’d ever seen my dad cry.  But so many people have been there to support us, it almost seems unreal.  The faith and trust that we have in God and Jesus is just enriched in us with all of the prayers and scripture out onto heaven that have been bestowed into our lives though the Love of their support.  I know that God has a purpose for all of us struggling though this harsh, unforgiving and cruel trial in our lives that no one deserves to go though.  Its pretty unclear now though I know, because anyway you look at it, the chemo? the pain? the useless feelings? it all just sucks beyond belief.  But always remember this; God will never allow any type of pain towards us that we can’t endure and become stronger from it.  Just hang in there.

July 9, 2010 by  
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  • http://www.facebook.com/LeahAShearer Leah Shearer

    Hang in there Quinton. I know it seems all so much right now.
    But it sounds like you take a great deal of comfort in your faith and you seem very strong.
    Keep reaching out and taking in every bit of positive energy and you will walk through this.

    A fellow survivor who knows :)

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