Linda Chew

In October 2002, I was advised by nurses and doctors to go for mammogram. I went, and the report came back: I was OK.  A few months later, one of my breasts started to bleed.  I underwent a biopsy and again the result was OK.

Unfortunately, SARS emerged and I had to stop the hospital visits.  Meanwhile, I was bleeding profusely.  I consulted another doctor who said it was cancerous. Thank God I was introduced to an oncologist who scheduled my operation on 8 Dec 2004—the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.  I prayed and asked Jesus for His mercy and grace to heal me.  Friends and family members also stormed heaven to pray for me.

Before my operation, while I was in the waiting room, I prayed to Mother Mary for her intercession, and I placed my total trust that Jesus would direct the surgeon’s hands to perform a clean and speedy operation.  The operation went smoothly and successfully, and the surgeon told me he was surprised that he could perform an operation of this nature in just 45 mins.  I told the surgeon that everyone was praying for me, and that was the reason.

To minimise my medical costs, my doctor approved my discharge from hospital.  I was to visit him daily for follow-ups.  Praise God!  After nine days of daily treatment, I was discharged from his clinic.  ALLELUIA.  God is good all the time.

I have been enjoying wellness all these years; for with God all things are possible.  I am feeling on top of the world and I want only to walk with, talk to, and stay close to our Almighty One.  I want to glorify Him always.  Praise, Praise again, and again.