God Carried Me – Episode 243
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Published: January 2, 2021
When the difficulty is too much, God is well able to carry us in His arms.
Eileen Moroney sits down with host Rev. Percy McCray to discuss being a lung cancer patient, a mother of a three-year-old daughter at the time of her diagnosis, and the medical care she received at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Chicago.
Rev. McCray and Eileen engage in an emotional dialogue as she shares how she felt “cold and fearful” initially when she was unsure of what type of cancer she had. After having brain surgery and undergoing three different targeted therapies, Eileen says she’s “feeling really lucky” and has decided to focus on celebrating one milestone at a time during her journey.
Eileen’s gentle spirit and belief that God was carrying her through her journey enabled her to learn how to allow others to support her during her care.
“I just feel like I’ve been carried on every step, getting to the doctor and getting through treatment. And I did not get myself to all these places, God did,” remarks Eileen.
“I’ve learned that it’s okay or that maybe I am actually contributing something by allowing other people to help me, if that makes sense.”
- “Somehow what I’m going through is a good thing, the way I’m handling it is a good thing for someone else.”
- “I’ve been able to look at myself just in the bigger picture. There is a lot of people going through a lot. And so, it’s okay that I have to go through cancer because there’s a lot of people with me, there’s a lot of people in even worse situations.”
- “When I was diagnosed, I was just hoping I could make it to my youngest daughter’s high school graduation, and she’s graduating from college this year.”