I just heard the broadcast with Pastor Tom Robbins, and I had to share my story. Everything he talked about is so true. I was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. I didn't go into it with an open mind or an outstretched arm to God....I went kicking and screaming and asking, Why me? The really important things in life had been reaffirmed when I was diagnosed; and now I was fighting to be able to live. My condition got worse -- and when a moment came when I felt things might be coming to a close, I started to search for help. No doctor or nurse could give me the peace of mind and reassurance I begged for. I wanted to live. I was worried about my children--and in that moment I was in need! I began to talk to God, to explain what I now know He already knew. I gave everything to him in an ICU room. As I sat there talking, praying, I felt God pull me close to Him. I had peace, hope, and a feeling of being loved that I had never experienced before. From that point on, I fought hard to live. Many things have happened since, but I have never been alone. My cancer brought me to the Savior and it brought me to the church I now belong to. I have so much now because of a moment. I tell everyone that I hate what I went through--it was hard and painful--but I wouldn't change it. The love God gives me, and what I can give others, is worth it all.