Friday, April 11, 2008

Walking Back Into The Light

It has been sometime since a post and many pains in my life. I went from going down His path to questioning why I was even doing it.

The past few months saw me fighting a disease called cancer. I had a brain tumor removed 3 months ago and went through the awful chemo treatments. Now my body is starting to recover and return to being somewhat normal. Throughout all of this it brought me to question where He was, is, and why He wasn't doing anything to get me through it.

Well it just made me tougher and more understanding. Yea, He had a plan for this sickness and now I'm starting to see the light once again. It is taking some time to get back into the swing of doing it His way rather than mine, but it sure feels better to know that someone else is taking care of me. He knows that I sure can mess it up when I become stubborn and want to do it my way.

I'll be here in Michigan for another couple of months going through PT and hope to be back in Utah by the end of May. I sure really miss the mountains. I've begun to work on a new service project that will be designed to help the less fortunate in Utah, Helping Soles. Keep and eye on the site and here for further updates and please if you have any input let me know.

If you've never been here before I want to let you know I love my music and try to give you a new video or music link each posting. Today I have a great little site that has some of the fastest upcoming Christian artists available, IndieHeaven.com.

3 comments:

wilsonian said...

Wow, Scott. Praying that you recovery will be complete... in every sense :)

Peace-

Thomas said...

Wishing you all the best, my brother!

suebeebzz said...

Hi Scott,
Found your blog on the net. Sounds like you've been going through some huge challenges. May the Lord refresh you and bless you daily. Remember me from serving at Pioneer Park? I've been living and working in Nantucket. I sure miss Utah though and hope to get back there sometime. Say hi to everyone for me when you get back!

Sincerely,
Susan Silva