Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz is immensely grateful for those who have prayed for her during her fight against breast cancer.
"Your prayers have helped carry me through surgery and seven chemo infusions that have stretched out over six months. Praise God!" Lotz wrote in a blog post. "Most of my battle with cancer has been won! Even as I have struggled with severe side-effects, I have experienced deep peace, unceasing joy, and great expectancy of blessing to come! Thank you!"
Lotz will begin radiation therapy at the end of March.
"I also will continue an infusion every three weeks until October 2019 to help insure the cancer will not return. As so many of you know, cancer is a wicked disease. As God brings me to your mind, I would treasure your continued prayers," she said.
Evangelist Franklin Graham celebrated his sister's prognosis online.
"We thank God that she has finished her chemo and is scheduled to begin radiation in a couple of weeks," he wrote on Facebook. "We are grateful for each one who lifts her up in prayer."
Lotz said last month she believes God has healed her.
"I could hear the clear whisper of the Spirit, answering my prayer, confirming that I was to continue chemo…my next and last full treatment would be my seventh time! So as much as I resist the 'muck and mud,' in obedience to God's leading to complete the seventh infusion on February 14, I am committed to seeing these treatments through to the end," she concluded.
Graham Lotz was diagnosed with cancer last year.
"Each day since the diagnosis God has given me promises and encouragement from His Word. God has been…and is…my refuge and strength, an ever-present help in this trouble. Therefore, I will not fear," she said in a blog post last month.