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Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible, and ......

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Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible | Tatiana Cordts | TEDxACU





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Published on Jun 8, 2018
Inflammatory Breast Cancer is incredibly rare. So rare that, until her mom was diagnosed with IBC in 2016, Tatiana had never heard of it before. But instead of giving into the fear of facing a future without her mother, she chose to become an advocate for awareness in an effort to carry on her mother’s legacy.

In her talk, Tatiana educates the audience about Inflammatory Breast Cancer, shares her mother’s journey, and helps us understand why we should never give up on advocating for our health. Inflammatory Breast Cancer is incredibly rare. So rare that, until her mom was diagnosed with IBC in 2016, Tatiana had never heard of it before. But instead of giving into the fear of facing a future without her mother, she chose to become an advocate for awareness in an effort to carry on her mother’s legacy.
In her TEDxACU talk, Tatiana will educate the audience about Inflammatory Breast Cancer, share her mother’s journey, and help us understand why we should never give up on advocating for our health. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Re: Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible, and I will get confirmation on Nov. 7th....

Dear Ones in Christ Jesus,

I have an appointment with my oncologist doctor this Wednesday, Nov. 7th, 2018.

About 10 days ago, I experienced all the symptoms of IBC or Inflammatory Breast Cancer in the right breast, which I have had 2 recent surgeries this year. The first was in January, to remove the area with the cancerous micro calcification area and then a second surgery to remove whatever was left behind in March 2018.

Now I have the symptoms of IBC, extreme swelling of the entire breast, redness, soreness, & pitting of pores, along with pain. This is happening on the right breast which I was operated on.

I felt and noticed the pain on Sunday and very next day, I called my oncologist surgeon, and left a message on her answering machine,(as the doctor operates on Mondays) for an appointment, as soon as possible, to confirm, my condition. Her secretary called me the very same day and gave me an appointment, for Nov. 7th, which I was most grateful to get in to see the specialist at such a short notice.

This is a very rare cancer of the lymphatic system, and I have prepared myself for the diagnosis as well as for the prognosis. Therefore, should the Rapture tarry much longer, I will be absent from the body, present with the Lord, imminently.

The reason, I'm posting this video above, for all the young and older women, please listen and watch this video,
because most people are not even aware of this type of cancer because it is rare. Just because it's rare doesn't mean it is impossible, and anyone can get it. Better to be prepared and knowledgeable on this subject, so that you could save someones life, or even your own, by being informed and educated about it.

There are so many doctors out there as well, that are not informed and educated on this type of cancer, because it is rare. Terrible isn't it, because it sounds like these people who get this cancer, their lives do not matter much; because it is rare, but not impossible. The fact is, that it is a fast spreading cancer, and by the time it is diagnosed correctly, it's usually already stage IV. This is usually too little too late, about 5% survive for weeks or months by then; and the treatments are extremely aggressive, too late for surgery.

Further update, when I see the doctor, and then I'll know, what is facing me.

Keep me in your prayers!

God only knows, and I pray, I'm strong enough to go through another battle...sigh!

Valerie

Re: Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible, and I will get confirmation on Nov. 7th....

Dear Valerie,

I'll be praying for you in regard to your IBC and your eye problem as well. Hope you are feeling better soon.

God bless you,
Donna

Re: Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible, and I will get confirmation on Nov. 7th....

Hi Donna, Welcome Aboard Rapture Flight to Heaven!!!


Thank you for your prayers and comments. Prayers are so very much appreciated it.

I too hope I will be feeling better soon.

God Bless,

Valerie

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Michelle

Thank you so much for your wonderful uplifting, emails, and prayers, I so much appreciate them.

I will post the praise songs the Lord, has laid upon your heart, as they are spirit lifting, and glorifying our Lord at the same time. Isn't it awesome, to stop, and give praise, to the Lord, in good times, and in bad as well. The devil hates to hear this, however God loves to hear and see, that we continue to worship and praise the Lord in all of our situations in life. The Lord will break the bonds and set our bodies free, just like he freed Paul & Silas in prison, and the prison doors flew open. The redemption of our physical body is coming at the Rapture; praise the Lord!!!

Therefore, here is another praise songs in worship song I searched and found. I ask that everyone join in, in praising the Lord...in song and in word. Let it lift your spirit up, in knowing, that the Rapture is imminent, for soon we will all be made whole; Amen.



The first song the Lord prompted Michelle was
to start singing was this one.

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I SING PRAISES TO YOUR NAME

enyfo7
Published on Sep 13, 201



I sing praises to your Name, Oh Lord,
Praises to your Name, Oh Lord,
For Your Name is great,
and greatly to be praised.

Michelle, I Love this one, sang along with it, I felt the Lord's presence, during singing it along with the video. What peace and comfort filled my soul, that surpasses all understanding. Thank you Michelle.



Michelle wrote: Actually, He prompted me to find my sheet music of this song and play it.( I haven't sat at the piano for quite a while) I was overcome with the Lord's compassion for you whilst playing.He does indeed love you very much and my task is to make sure you get His message.

Thanks Michelle,
I've always loved this song since I was a child; "Jesus loves You"!!

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Jesus Loves Me - John 3:16 - Church Hymn



Jesus loves you this I know
For the Bible tells me so.
Yes Jesus loves you!
Yes Jesus loves you!
Yes Jesus loves you!
The Bible tells me so.

Valerie, dear sister, keep these words in your mind on Wednesday, Know that my prayers through Jesus' great compassion are with you the whole day through. Standing alongside you, fellow soldier in Christ. (Good to know, I'm not going through this alone, thanks so much for your support Michelle)

Michelle added this one,

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Jesus, At Your Name (You Are The Christ




Divine Hymns
Published on Apr 22, 2017
Jesus, At Your Name (You Are The Christ)
Jesus, At Your Name We Bow The Knee

Jesus at your Name, I bow the knee,
Jesus at your Name, I bow the Knee,
Jesus at your Name, I bow the knee,
And acknowledge You as LORD
You are the LORD,
You are the Christ,
Jesus at your Name I bow the Knee,
And acknowledge You as LORD.



Thanks Michelle, beautiful, absolutely beautiful...

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

P.S. Was feeling very ill this morning, lacking strength, much pain, etc., and I sang along with the songs posted above, and this scripture came to mind...."I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" Amen! & Amen!

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ValerieπŸ™πŸΌ

I’m praying for you tonight!! I don’t know why you’ve had so SO MUCH thrown your way healthwise?!! We are so close to our homecoming πŸ˜πŸš€πŸŽΊ

HOLD ON! πŸ’“πŸ˜‡πŸ’

❤️Amanda

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Amanda
ValerieπŸ™πŸΌ

I’m praying for you tonight!! I don’t know why you’ve had so SO MUCH thrown your way healthwise?!! We are so close to our homecoming πŸ˜πŸš€πŸŽΊ

HOLD ON! πŸ’“πŸ˜‡πŸ’

❤️Amanda
Amanda, Satan is at war with God's people now as well. He roams the earth to see you he can kill or destroy; if not by leading them to sin, then he tries to kill them, anyway he can. He wants Christian to reject God, and to follow him, and this is a time of testing. Remember poor Job, well thank God he stayed faithful, through all he went through, and did not curse God and die; yet his wife said, why don't you do that curse God and die. He refused, and God allowed Job to be tested.

I believe God is allowing some Christians to be tested in these final hours, as well. I'm putting my faith, total trust in God's hands, knowing, that God always, has my best interest at heart, and loves me. Let the blood of Jesus, protect me, and all Christians who are being attacked by Satan for standing firm and faithful to the Lord. Let nothing or no one be dismayed by following God. May God and His followers be victorious here on Earth, and they will be one day; and let Heaven rejoice; another victory for God!!! Amen! & Amen!!!

Here is a snippet from a site, you may want to read the rest of it...it puts a light on what Satan's purpose is, and how he goes about, trying to kill and destroy, especially now, those who will not reject Jesus and follow him.

I love Jesus, and I will stay close to the Lord even unto death. Jesus Loves me, the bible tells me so!!

Thanks for praying for me, I most grateful.

God Bless,

Valerie

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http://www.creation-science-prophecy.com/legalbattle.htm

Satan is at War against God and Mankind

"Satan lost his battle against Jesus but that has not stopped him. He is now continuing his war by attacking Christ's followers, trying to get them to sin against God. He claims this world as his and he expects all on this world to follow him, including Christ's followers. But they are decided followers of Jesus and will not follow Satan at all.

And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.

And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death. Revelation 12:10,11 KJV.
And God has given them the Holy Spirit and the company of holy angels that allows them to stand up against Satan. Since they follow Jesus rather than Satan, Satan is not the complete ruler of this world, so he will lose the battle."

Re: Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible, and ......

Dear Ones in Christ Jesus,

First and foremost thank you to everyone who have been praying for me. Your prayers are giving me strength and
courage during these trials. God bless each one, for your prayers and encouragement; I feel blessed.

Praise God, the good news first, last night the swelling has gone down completely, therefore, much relief without all the pressure of an inflamed breast and pain. This happened late last night, however the other systems still persist.

This is the news I have to share, as far as my visit today to see the Oncologist at the hospital.
We left to go to the hospital for my doctor's appointment just before 9 am this morning, and didn't get home from the hospital until after 3 pm. The morning traffic was horrific and it took over one hour to get there.
I brought with me, some pictures of how swollen, red, pitted the breast looked like, and explained to the doctor, that, the swelling was the only improvement I have seen, since Oct. 28th, the day it first happened and caught my attention because of the piercing pain.

Dr. Easson told me that it is either of two things, Inflammatory Breast Cancer, or a strange type of infection. She immediately, followed up by saying that she "couldn't rule out that it's NOT IBS and immediately ordered tests in hospital. She had me have an ultra sound, mammography, at the hospital. They squeezed me in immediately trying to get some answers. Then I had to return to her office for the results. I was so impressed that see took this very seriously, and immediately went into action.

The final results were good, neither one showed any cancer indications, no mass, no micro calcification either. She told me this was the good news, however, she wants me to keep a very close watch on it for the next 7 days.

If, within the next 7 days, the redness persists, and doesn't go away, I am immediately to return to her office at the hospital, and a biopsy tissue of the skin on the breast will be taken for further examination. What is important she stated, is "to watch for the next 7 days, if the redness is still there", I have to return for the biopsy, a.s.a.p. with 7 days. If it disappears, and it does turn out to be some kind of infection then, I will see her again in March 2019 and be retested again. Her final words were "I can not rule out that it's not inflammatory breast cancer. What is left now is a close "watch" and if redness is still there or "disappears".

Watch and disappears, 7 days...reminds me of the watch for the Rapture...lets hope these words are a sign for us as well; The Rapture, that is...wishful thinking...maybe, maybe not.

We were so exhausted when we got home, had a very early supper, since we missed lunch altogether, and I went to lie down and sleep. I just got up around 7 pm. and decided to update all those who have been lifting me up in prayer.

Please continue to keep me in your prayers, that the redness, and all symptoms totally disappear, and that the doctor can finally rule out "that I don't have inflammatory breast cancer".

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

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Valerie,

πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌWell I have to say it sounds like good news even though it’s a wait and see until we πŸ˜‰ I mean it disappears! And 7 days wow! That would be a wonderful clue from Jesus!❤️🌈. I was gonna post to you it feels moments away and could stretch into 2019 but I don’t think we will see past that! I’ve said recently on a post I will fall off my chair if I’m here still in 2021!

I believe whole heartedly that too many players are all in place or waiting to be “needed” as the savior of the chaos sweeps in! Living here in the US and seeing all the divisions of our big voting day yesterday and just the unrest this country has just makes you feel like you know it’s waiting for “what’s next” soon to take place!
Sometimes and I try not to think too hard into what others may post but try to disern from Jesus the truth.. my mind goes to Charity’s “5..6..7.. Jesus!” she heard. So like today I will think well it’s November 7th! Charles on Five Doves said he was told in a dream it will happen “on a Thursday”. I know we can know the exact time but yet feel He does give us clues!! A poster on five doves (Ron Reese years ago) said his watch stopped 7 minutes to 11. So my mind will analyze could that be November 7! My mind will drive me crazy! Sorry I feel I’m rambling but I’m excited πŸ˜†

I’m so glad for your news and praying again tonight for you!’πŸ’“

Come Lord Jesus!πŸ™πŸΌπŸ’–

Amanda

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Valerie
Dear Ones in Christ Jesus,

First and foremost thank you to everyone who have been praying for me. Your prayers are giving me strength and
courage during these trials. God bless each one, for your prayers and encouragement; I feel blessed.

Praise God, the good news first, last night the swelling has gone down completely, therefore, much relief without all the pressure of an inflamed breast and pain. This happened late last night, however the other systems still persist.

This is the news I have to share, as far as my visit today to see the Oncologist at the hospital.
We left to go to the hospital for my doctor's appointment just before 9 am this morning, and didn't get home from the hospital until after 3 pm. The morning traffic was horrific and it took over one hour to get there.
I brought with me, some pictures of how swollen, red, pitted the breast looked like, and explained to the doctor, that, the swelling was the only improvement I have seen, since Oct. 28th, the day it first happened and caught my attention because of the piercing pain.

Dr. Easson told me that it is either of two things, Inflammatory Breast Cancer, or a strange type of infection. She immediately, followed up by saying that she "couldn't rule out that it's NOT IBS and immediately ordered tests in hospital. She had me have an ultra sound, mammography, at the hospital. They squeezed me in immediately trying to get some answers. Then I had to return to her office for the results. I was so impressed that see took this very seriously, and immediately went into action.

The final results were good, neither one showed any cancer indications, no mass, no micro calcification either. She told me this was the good news, however, she wants me to keep a very close watch on it for the next 7 days.

If, within the next 7 days, the redness persists, and doesn't go away, I am immediately to return to her office at the hospital, and a biopsy tissue of the skin on the breast will be taken for further examination. What is important she stated, is "to watch for the next 7 days, if the redness is still there", I have to return for the biopsy, a.s.a.p. with 7 days. If it disappears, and it does turn out to be some kind of infection then, I will see her again in March 2019 and be retested again. Her final words were "I can not rule out that it's not inflammatory breast cancer. What is left now is a close "watch" and if redness is still there or "disappears".

Watch and disappears, 7 days...reminds me of the watch for the Rapture...lets hope these words are a sign for us as well; The Rapture, that is...wishful thinking...maybe, maybe not.

We were so exhausted when we got home, had a very early supper, since we missed lunch altogether, and I went to lie down and sleep. I just got up around 7 pm. and decided to update all those who have been lifting me up in prayer.

Please continue to keep me in your prayers, that the redness, and all symptoms totally disappear, and that the doctor can finally rule out "that I don't have inflammatory breast cancer".

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

Praise the Lord Amanda, it looks good so far, however, IBC sometimes does not show anything up on the ultra sound or mammography...trying to keep a positive outlook on it. The next 7 days will be the decision maker.

In regards to the Rapture, it is so odd that those words stuck in my mind, "close watch, 7 days, disappear", to be told on the 11th month 7th day...hmmm...just thinking out loud. I hope and pray the redness disappears within the next 7 days, and a major bonus would be if the Rapture took place within the next 7 days...It will either be great news for me and the later great news for all watchers, including myself.

Seven days from now brings us to November 14, however, for whatever reason, if we had to add another 7 days to the 14th of Nov. it brings us to November 21st, 2018..."Skyblue 21"???

Maranatha,

Valerie

Note: found this online:
November 21. This is the latest accepted revision, reviewed on 1 November 2018. November 21 is the 325th day of the year (326th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 40 days remaining until the end of the year.

Therefore, the number 40 is also, relevant, Jesus rose after 40 days and went to heaven, perhaps, on Nov. 21, 2018 will be our departure at the Rapture, with 40 days left in the year? Just speculating nothing more; so please I'm not setting dates; for I always have stated, I don't know the exact day or hour when our Lord will come.

The biblical narrative in Chapter 1 of the Acts of the Apostles takes place 40 days after the resurrection: Jesus is taken up from the disciples in their sight, a cloud hides him from view, and two men in white appear to tell them that he will return "in the same way you have seen him go into heaven."

Here we have clouds, a cloud hides him from view and we are told Jesus will return in likewise manner, Jesus will be coming in the clouds. Perhaps on his return at the Rapture in the clouds, this time at the beginning of the 40 days, instead of at the end of the 40 days when he left....

I better stop, my mind is racing with all kinds of possibilities, however, time is slipping away, it's way to late, or way to early depending how you look at it.


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Hi Valerie, God bless you with peace that passes all understanding, and comfort you, cover you in His compassion in Jesus name.
I stopped by the site today, and read about the concern now about this rare breast cancer. thank you for posting the video.
The greatest comfort that any of us has is that we not only belong to Jesus, but He does not lose track of us. You are not out of God's care or plan for a single day, and He already has plans for you for your forever with Him. Praying for you today Valerie for the breast tissue to be healed and cancer free.

Please Father God I ask for Valerie to be well and strong, to be cancer free, to be among the living when Jesus calls the church to meet Him in the air. Come Lord Jesus, Amen

John 10:27-30, Romans 8:38-39, 2Cor 1:3-4
:blue_heart:

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regina
Hi Valerie, God bless you with peace that passes all understanding, and comfort you, cover you in His compassion in Jesus name.
I stopped by the site today, and read about the concern now about this rare breast cancer. thank you for posting the video.
The greatest comfort that any of us has is that we not only belong to Jesus, but He does not lose track of us. You are not out of God's care or plan for a single day, and He already has plans for you for your forever with Him. Praying for you today Valerie for the breast tissue to be healed and cancer free.

Please Father God I ask for Valerie to be well and strong, to be cancer free, to be among the living when Jesus calls the church to meet Him in the air. Come Lord Jesus, Amen

John 10:27-30, Romans 8:38-39, 2Cor 1:3-4
:blue_heart:
Hi Regina,

Thanks you so much for your prayers and words of encouragement. I too pray that I will be among the living when our Lord Jesus comes for us at the Rapture.

Dr. Easson's office called Thursday morning with an appointment for a skin biopsy for Nov. 14th, 2018 at the hospital at 9:45am, which is exactly 7 days from my first visit; if the redness continues. If redness disappears and there is improvement, I'm to call to cancel the appointment the night before, and leave a message with her office.

With all these wonderful prayers from all whom are praying for me, it looks like everything is moving quickly, and the good Lord has me under His care. It's so unusual to get two appointments so quickly to a specialist, these days, that this in itself, is a miracle; thanks be to God.

I feel I am in good hands, the good Lord is looking out for me, and moving everything that needs to be done at a very quick pace. God is good, and I praise His Holy name! Amen & Amen!

God Bless,

Valerie










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Valerie,

I wanted to post sooner but have had 2 long days at work.
I’m so glad you can feel the prayers of comfort and how Gods moving things to get you tested quicker!

Now the #21 is such a big clue for sky blue 21πŸ’™☀️πŸ—Ύ that number was given to me as well and a few others I’ve read online before! Your not getting carried away at all but really thinking how he could be dropping us hintsπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰!!!

At work and more than ever throughout my day I’ve been getting that extreme Holy Spirit peace and it’s AMAZING AND THE BEST FEELING!πŸ’“❤️πŸ’“❤️πŸ’“❤️ I’ve never felt it this strong and so many days! It’s like I’m thinking is he letting me know how really close it is!

Sometimes I’m shopping and thinking will I even need this?! I know we all feel that!

Please be blessed this weekend and everyone reading here at rapture flight to Heaven!

πŸ’“Amanda

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Valerie,

I wanted to post sooner but have had 2 long days at work.
I’m so glad you can feel the prayers of comfort and how Gods moving things to get you tested quicker!

Now the #21 is such a big clue for sky blue 21πŸ’™☀️πŸ—Ύ that number was given to me as well and a few others I’ve read online before! Your not getting carried away at all but really thinking how he could be dropping us hintsπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰!!!

At work and more than ever throughout my day I’ve been getting that extreme Holy Spirit peace and it’s AMAZING AND THE BEST FEELING!πŸ’“❤️πŸ’“❤️πŸ’“❤️ I’ve never felt it this strong and so many days! It’s like I’m thinking is he letting me know how really close it is!

Sometimes I’m shopping and thinking will I even need this?! I know we all feel that!

Please be blessed this weekend and everyone reading here at rapture flight to Heaven!

πŸ’“Amanda

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Valerie
regina
Hi Valerie, God bless you with peace that passes all understanding, and comfort you, cover you in His compassion in Jesus name.

I stopped by the site today, and read about the concern now about this rare breast cancer. thank you for posting the video.

The greatest comfort that any of us has is that we not only belong to Jesus, but He does not lose track of us. You are not out of God's care or plan for a single day, and He already has plans for you for your forever with Him. Praying for you today Valerie for the breast tissue to be healed and cancer free.



Please Father God I ask for Valerie to be well and strong, to be cancer free, to be among the living when Jesus calls the church to meet Him in the air. Come Lord Jesus, Amen



John 10:27-30, Romans 8:38-39, 2Cor 1:3-4

:blue_heart:
Hi Regina,



Thanks you so much for your prayers and words of encouragement. I too pray that I will be among the living when our Lord Jesus comes for us at the Rapture.



Dr. Easson's office called Thursday morning with an appointment for a skin biopsy for Nov. 14th, 2018 at the hospital at 9:45am, which is exactly 7 days from my first visit; if the redness continues. If redness disappears and there is improvement, I'm to call to cancel the appointment the night before, and leave a message with her office.



With all these wonderful prayers from all whom are praying for me, it looks like everything is moving quickly, and the good Lord has me under His care. It's so unusual to get two appointments so quickly to a specialist, these days, that this in itself, is a miracle; thanks be to God.



I feel I am in good hands, the good Lord is looking out for me, and moving everything that needs to be done at a very quick pace. God is good, and I praise His Holy name! Amen & Amen!



God Bless,



Valerie





















Thanks for sharing Amanda,



Seriously, I don't think that the Sky blue #21 has anything to do with the Rapture. I always believed even to this day, that it was a personal message to me from the Lord, during our temporary separation, in our marriage. The Lord let me know by a Skyblue colored number 21 vision, while in prayer for our marriage which I had just the day before our reunion. It was an answer to prayer. It happened on the very next day, good Friday on April 21. 2000. This was 18 years ago now. I believe my Sky blue 21 vision came to pass and there is nothing more to it. Now some would suggest, April 21, 2019, is Easter Sunday coming could be the day of the Rapture,...I say, I'm putting it to rest now. Many have suggested that the Sky blue number 21 could be related to the Rapture ,however, recently I don't believe that this is the case anymore.



I believe Jesus will come when we "least" expect the Lord to come, not when we think Jesus will... I believe my vision was a personal message, which was miraculously fulfilled by the Lord back in the year 2000.



I believe we just hijacked this thread...therefore, we'll leave the Rapture discussion on a separate thread.



"For when we "least" expect it, our Lord Jesus will come.



Maranatha!



Valerie

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Time will tell when the Rapture will occur.

In the meantime, I pray that God will permit you to stay alive until it does!

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Thank you Kathy for your prayers; I too hope I live to the Rapture as well. However, this following message from Pastor Faraq, hits home for me. I don't fear death, and yet it's not up to me whether I live until then, or leave this world earlier than I expected.

Watch and listen and be blessed.

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Why I Have Nothing to Fear – Philippians 1:20-30




J.D. Farag
Published on Nov 11, 2018

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Beautiful, such a Blessing!

Oh LORD, help your people to enter into your sufferings, and to know the power of Your resurrection even before we see You in the Glory.

F.B Meyer us one of my favorite authors. His works have been such a blessing to me over many years.

Thankyou for posting this Valerie.

Much love and blessings in Jesus,


Michelle.

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Michelle
Beautiful, such a Blessing!

Oh LORD, help your people to enter into your sufferings, and to know the power of Your resurrection even before we see You in the Glory.

F.B Meyer us one of my favorite authors. His works have been such a blessing to me over many years.

Thankyou for posting this Valerie.

Much love and blessings in Jesus,


Michelle.
Michelle, You are very welcome. That video is such a blessing, to us Christians, knowing no matter what happens, whether we live or die, we are victorious with Jesus.

The redness still remains, therefore, I will be keeping my appointment, with my Oncologist for a biopsy, and whatever else she has in mind for me this morning. Appointment at the hospital 9:45 am. at the hospital. Will update, when I have any further information.

Thank you Michelle and everyone for remember me in your prayers!

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

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Dear Valerie,

I will be thinking of you as you attend your appointment with the doctor today.

Dear Lord Jesus, please let your Peace that passes all understanding be upon Valerie as she has the biopsy and give her strength for the procedure. Bless her Lord, with Your grace and Love throughout this day.
In Your Name, Amen.

With Much love in Jesus,

Michelle.

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Michelle
Dear Valerie,

I will be thinking of you as you attend your appointment with the doctor today.

Dear Lord Jesus, please let your Peace that passes all understanding be upon Valerie as she has the biopsy and give her strength for the procedure. Bless her Lord, with Your grace and Love throughout this day.
In Your Name, Amen.

With Much love in Jesus,

Michelle.

Michelle, Thank you for your prayers and words of comfort.

This is an update, for everyone praying for me.

Actually, today went as smoothly as possible. No sooner we arrived for the appointment for the biopsy, there was no waiting at all. The room for the biopsy was prepared and ready. Dr. Easson, a Intern Doctor, and a nurse; prepared me with instruction, and assurance of what was to take place, even though I have been through this before, some 15 years ago. Dr. Easson froze the thickest area in question, took a punch biopsy. I didn't feel a thing. Before I knew it, it was time to leave and go home. The worst part of it all was the rush hour traffic in the morning; otherwise it was a breeze.

The doctor advised me that she will be away next week, and wants me to come and see her two weeks time from now, on Nov. 28, at 11pm. She squeezed me in, although she was completely booked with appointments. She said no matter, if the biopsy comes back as negative or positive for IB Cancer, she wants to see me again. I'm so grateful she is so thorough, and leaves nothing to chance.

It's now wait and see, until then. Can't dwell on it, must carry on as normally as possible.

I trust her, she sounds like she wants to get down to the very source, the cause of this problem, and make it
right.

Until then, trusting God, to help me continue at home and at Rapture Flight to Heaven as well.

Thanks be to God, God is good!

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

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hi Valerie, :sunflower:
its a blessing that the biopsy was so smoothly and quickly done. rest up. you are securely in the keeping of our savior Jesus.

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If my prayers are answered, it'll be a false alarm!

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Regina & Kathy,

Thank you both for your comforting words, and positive comments.


Regina,
perhaps it's a sign, that the results will come back negative for Cancer, for nothing is impossible for God.




Kathy, I'm praying with you that it will be negative for IBC.
God is stronger than any Cancer, therefore, I'm trusting God for answered prayer as well.

God Bless,

Valerie

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Valerie πŸ’

I’m so glad to hear how smoothly your biopsy went πŸ™πŸΌAnd will continue to pray for you and the results!

πŸ’“Amanda

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Amanda
Valerie πŸ’

I’m so glad to hear how smoothly your biopsy went πŸ™πŸΌAnd will continue to pray for you and the results!

πŸ’“Amanda
Thank you Amanda, for your kind and comforting words. I'm especially grateful for your prayers on my behalf and favorable results. God loves you and so do I.

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

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I believe this with all my heart.

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I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. (Philippians 4:13)

Reflection
When Paul wrote that he could do all things through Christ, we have to understand it in light of his circumstances. Paul declares that he could find contentment (and even joy) in every situation. Though we may not be in the most desirable place, we should find contentment and joy, knowing that Christ will give us the strength to get through anything.

https://www.blueletterbible.org/devotionals/promises/index.cfm?doy=328

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hymn "I Know Who Holds Tomorrow"

Just a quick update, my appointment for results of the biopsy, etc. is this Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018.
I'm not worried, I know Jesus holds tomorrow, and the Lord knows whats best for me.
I love the Lord Jesus with all my heart, and no matter what the out come of the results are; I am grateful, Jesus stands by me, and He holds my hand as He walks with me.

Thank you once again for all your prayers.
Hope to meet you all one day in Heaven, via the Rapture.

Maranatha,

Valerie

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This just happens to be Today's Biblical Promise for Nov. 28, 2018. The very day I visit my Doctor, for results.
This promise today, gives me total peace, because no matter what happens today, God loves me and walks beside me, and His love will never leave me. I thank Jesus for loving me, and for never leaving me, through all my trials and tribulations to this very day. Praise the Lord, God is good! Amen! In Jesus' Love, Valerie

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For the mountains shall depart, and the hills be removed; but my kindness shall not depart from thee, neither shall the covenant of my peace be removed, saith the LORD that hath mercy on thee. (Isaiah 54:10)

Reflection
God gives this promise to His people-that no matter what happens on this earth, God will always love us and walk beside us. There is nothing that can separate us from the love of God (Romans 8:38-39).

My Prayer: Dear Jesus, I thank You for Your wonderful love for me! Thank you that no matter what happens, Your love will never leave me.


https://www.blueletterbible.org/devotionals/promises/index.cfm?doy=333

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Dear Ones in Christ Jesus, "Your prayers were answered!!!"

Praise the Lord, biopsy confirmed negative for inflammatory breast Cancer. The ultra sound showed some fluid build up, which was due to the swelling.

The swelling has completely subsided, the redness is barely visible and the pain is gone. Instead of progressing for the worse everything progressed for healing, and the betterment of my body and flesh. I am healed.

Today, God, gave me and my husband peace that surpasses all understanding, before, we even left for the hospital. We both, had the same thought, that the results would be negative. We were positive in thought with no doubt whatsoever.

We were convinced that we would receive good news, that this was not another Cancer, it was truly a gift from God, and it turned out to be true.

I told the doctor before I heard the results, that many people have been praying for me, therefore, I expected good news. All the prayers had reached God's throne, and our good Lord answered with a resounding "YES" and answered all your prayers for my healing. Again thank you ever so much for your prayers.

I have an follow up appointment 6 months from now on May 22, 2019...to see the specialist.
God is good, and I know, that God loves me, because He has given me the best Christmas present "this year", I could ever receive.

Thank you Jesus, praise your holy name our Lord and God Almighty.

God is greater, than any of our trials and tribulations.

In Jesus' Love,

Valerie

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Thank You, God!!!

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thank you God!

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Rejoicing with you Valerie,

Praise and Thanksgiving to our Lord Jesus Christ!

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I’m beside myself so happy for you πŸ’ƒπŸ»πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ You tell your doctor you might not be here by May 22 but with all of us on our rapture flight to heaven!!!!πŸ˜‡

SO so HAPPY!!!

πŸ₯°Amanda

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Kathy, Regina, Michelle & Amanda,

I too am Thanking God, puts my mind at ease, knowing, that God hears our prayers and answered, with a resounding yes to my healing; and no inflammatory Breast Cancer. Praise the Lord, thank you Jesus.

God has the victory, and I'm so honored to be His child.

Thanks be to God!!!

Valerie