Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz has posted an update on her Instagram account about her last chemo treatment. The photo shows Lotz in the hospital bed with her two daughters on each side.
Evangelist Lotz wrote;
“Thank so much for your prayers! And thank God for His answers! Today my numbers were good so I didn’t have to have the painful neulasta patch. And my neuropathy is so bad they dropped one of my chemos. My beautiful daughters have been by my side every time. In a month I will begin 4 weeks of daily radiation while continuing one infusion every three weeks until October. This was the 7th dip in the “Jordan.” Praising God by faith that all is well.”
Love came pouring in thousands from around the world:
“What a beautiful servant of God!! Prayers continue for Healing in Jesus’ Name.❤🕊🙏🌹 Thanks for all you do, teaching me to say and pray “just give me Jesus” always!!❤”
“At the beginning of my journey our elders prayed over me. I heard “it is finished”. I knew then, I had to just walk by faith through the process. My “Why” question was answered with “the chemo ward is a mission field too daughter”. I knew I would be healed either in the temporal realm or in the eternal. I never was mad or angry. I did not fear what plans or treatments I was being given. The treatments and surgery were all challenging. I was able to testify and witness the entire time. Every visit. To those in the waiting rooms and staff. It was Jesus I held onto and allowed to shine through me. God’s promises are real and there is such comfort in His Word. You have simply done the same Mrs. Lotz. Shine bright! Thank you for all you do and for letting me share.”
Ministry has been at the forefront of Lotz’s mind during her treatment process. In a post on her website, she asked the question if cancer at 70 was just a random coincidence.
“At 70 years of age, why did I come down with cancer? My cancer is potentially fatal. It struck swiftly and unexpectedly. It required immediate, prompt, drastic surgery and follow-up treatments that include chemotherapy and radiation. Through our prayers and God’s answers, I believe I will be victorious over it”, she wrote. “But the word of the Lord has come to me, Anne, what do you see? As I have contemplated the answer in light of my present circumstances, I have wondered…Could it be there is more to my cancer at the age of 70 than just a random coincidence?”
Lotz went on to highlight God’s way of having spokespersons to “live out the message He gave them before they delivered the message to the people.” She went on to mention Old Testament stories about prophets Hosea, Jeremiah, and Isaiah.