She fought hard, but now her months-long struggle with cancer is over. No more painful needles, no more radiation, no more sickening chemo sessions, no more surgery. She was my niece. In our phone calls, she was open about what she experienced and we would weep together. She continually asked for prayers and so many prayed for her. She was too young to go, but as we know, cancer doesn’t discriminate. Dear Lord, our Judith is now at peace. Please comfort all those she has left behind.
In His Hands
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Amen. Rest in peace, dear Judith.