A dear woman from our church is dying. She has leukemia and has fought with every medical treatment possible. About a year ago things looked bad. They thought she was going to be dead before Mother’s Day, but she rebounded. God blessed her with time, and she had ups and downs for months. Little by little hope would grow for her life to be cancer free…but that hope is now dashed. Tests show cancer is back, so now she’s living the long goodbye. She has been an example of faith in the midst of trial, illness, and death on the door. Her family, especially her husband, has been beaten but has always turned to Christ. The church has been circling round this family, serving and praying. They have been strengthened in weakness, and their faith is not broken no matter the terrible circumstances. This time is no different, this news has not changed things. Yes, this mommy is dying. Yes this family is in pain, and they want to beg God for a miracle. However, they are taking God’s will and are hoping to glorify God in life and in death. It’s a hard thing to do, but so much grace comes from this life end testimony. This mother, wife, and friend of many points to Christ. She doesn’t try to be some sort of strong witness, she just turns to Christ. The husband, daddy, and friend of many points also to Christ. He leans on Christ and His church. He begs for prayer, he also always says, “but God’s will be done.” This little family just wants to walk in God’s will no matter the cost.