Peggy’s life was impacted significantly when she was diagnosed with her first brain tumor. The first thing, that came to her mind was, I am going to die. She was very devastated .This is when my life changed. She knew, God was the only one that could comfort her. She prayed for a peaceful mind, and strength to accept what was. Peggy found her second in chance life after her brain tumor was successfully surgically removed. Although she woke up blind, she was still hopeful. After 6 months, she was able to return to work.
Eight years later, the brain tumor had returned. Peggy continued to keep praying for deliverance. Through her battle, Peggy learned to accept what was, and have faith in what will be.
Today, she doesn’t know my future prognosis, but she knows that God is with her. Her last request is to share my testimony/journey, to enlighten someone’s faith. Brain Tumors are very devastating, can affect anyone. Peggy would like to strongly urge victims to keep praying and fighting to win. If you live through defeat, you’re not defeated. If you are beaten, and acquire wisdom, you have won. God lifted her up and turned me around. He wanted me to be a living testimony, to share what he has done in my life. God is worthy to be praise. Amen!