Our objective is one. To pray. More so for those suffering from cancer. Three
close friends have been affected by it and we will not cease to pray. Join us.
Charles Spurgeon, the renown preacher once said "We scarcely open the Bible
before we read, "Then began men to call upon the name of the Lord;" and just
as we are about to close the volume, the "Amen" of an earnest supplication
meets our ear. Instances are plentiful. Here we find a wrestling Jacob--there a
Daniel who prayed three times a day--and a David who with all his heart called
upon his God. On the mountain we see Elias; in the dungeon Paul and Silas.
We have multitudes of commands, and myriads of promises. What does this
teach us, but the sacred importance and necessity of prayer? We may be
certain that whatever God has made prominent in His Word, He intended to be
conspicuous in our lives. If He has said much about prayer, it is because He
knows we have much need of it. So deep are our necessities, that until we are
in heaven we must not cease to pray"
This is our mission and more so to those that are suffering from cancer.