Unless an American Bedu reader is a professed atheist, most of us can at least agree that there is a God. Here is my question which I am confident can be answered –and- discussed without arguments, barriers and pretenses. When have YOU needed God the most?
Speaking (or rather writing) personally, I’ve gone through a lot of life-changing experiences in the past year. I don’t believe I could have made it to where I am now without feeling the presence, strength and comfort of God. I needed and felt His presence when Abdullah and I were both battling our cancers at the same time. I felt His presence and comfort when Abdullah lost his battle to cancer. He’s been with me every step of the way as I have rebuilt a life without Abdullah and while continuing my own battle against cancer.
Yes, I am feeling very introspective and reflective as I write this post. I am writing this post in advance as I am getting ready to undergo a medical procedure that will likely have me incapacitated for a few days and away from my computer. I’m not eager to undergo this procedure but realize it is necessary in order to better understand the growth and spread of my cancer. This is again a “God moment” for me who allows me to face this procedure with strength and courage. By the time you, American Bedu readers, view this post the procedure will be behind me.
However, as I started out in the beginning of this post, let’s start a dialogue of sharing of when YOU have needed God the most!
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