If You Hang on Long Enough, You Get to Live Forever
They held up the film and were talking about what they were looking at. I was standing in the door of the exam room, and I could see. There it was. A white mass in a field of black and gray. I knew it meant I had a brain tumor. And I was at peace. As Paul writes, 'First we look in the mirror dimly and then face-to-face.' I was looking for the first time face-to-face with my reality.Reed Justus is a survivor. Having lived through polio as a child and a brain tumor and prostate cancer later in life, there isn't much that scares Reed anymore. As a husband, a father, and a Methodist pastor, Reed has learned to look past any obstacles and, even in the face of great hardship, find a reason to hang on just a little bit longer. Sure to touch the hearts of anyone affected by brain tumors or any other life-threatening medical conditions, Reed's stirring account will make readers laugh and cry. Reed shows us the power of faith and teaches that If You Hang On Long Enough, You Get to Live Forever.
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