Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz has said she’s putting her trust in God following her breast cancer diagnosis, even if she might not find out His plan in this life.
Lotz spoke with WRAL News on Monday, days after announcing that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer, and emphasized the importance of being prepared in Jesus Christ.
“Prayers are pouring in from all over the world. I know I will be healed before the surgery, or because of the surgery, or because of the surgery and follow-up treatment, or the Resurrection,” she said. “I know that God is going to see me through.”
Lotz positioned that “healing is up to God. The doctors and the surgeons can cut away, but it is God that heals.”
She insisted that she trusts God, even though He has a “plan or purpose that I can’t see yet, and maybe I won’t see in this life.”
Lotz, daughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, compared in part her cancer diagnosis to the incoming Hurricane Florence, set to hit Virginia and her native North Carolina on Thursday.
She said that people need to trust Jesus and place themselves in His care, just like they would prepare for a hurricane. She said that a hurricane can be a metaphor for personal struggles, such as divorce, or in her case, cancer.
The evangelist thanked the thousands around the world who have sent in their prayers.
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Source: Christian Post