Terri and I were at the Menorah Medical Center in KC today and had an hour’s conversation with one of the cyber-knife (robotic radiation) doctors. They are willing to proceed, but want an MRI regarding the two small, suspicious spots on the liver, which were not big enough for the biopsy a month ago. It is very unusual that the cancer would not have spread long ago to the liver. If those two spots on the liver are cancer, they could be hit at the same time as the pancreas tumor for “no extra charge.” The doctor discussed all treatment options. This sounds the best. There is some hope, and even some hope somehow of having the “permanent” stent removed, if the tumor shrinks enough. The doctor said I’ve beat the odds even without treatment. It is the Lord. It is the Lord. Psa 124:1 “Had it not been the Lord who was on our side,” Let Israel now say, “Had it not been the Lord who was on our side … then they would have swallowed us alive.” So we told them to go ahead, unless the MRI indicates something entirely different. Thank you very much for praying to God for me.