Her name is Drucilla Roberson and she lives in California. Drucilla was usually one of the first to have her assignments done and always had encouraging words for others.
We were given an assignment and I was moved in my spirit by Drucilla's testimony. With her permission, I edited two of her answers to combine them into one testimony. Here is her story:
My husband, Al, was diagnosed with colon cancer that had spread to his liver. Almost all of our married life he had always talked about getting cancer health insurance, so in the back of his mind he must have always had the fear of getting cancer.
I was able to get him to go to a meeting at the health food store where they talked about drinking fresh juice, etc. But, regrettably he put to much faith in the doctor. The MD said he should eat ice cream to keep his weight up. I knew enough about nutrition by then: that cancer loves to grow on sugary food products that we ingest. I told my husband, but he ate the ice cream anyway. We let MD's have way too much power.
After he had the chemo sessions it looked like the cancer was going away, but a month later the cancer was back with a vengeance. I was able to get him to go to a holistic cancer MD, but by then it was too late.
Before Al died, he told me that he wished he had gone the holistic way from the beginning. I do understand the importance of letting the person make his own decisions, but it is extremely heartbreaking to know the truth and watch your own husband of 37&1/2 years die.
My only consolation is in knowing that I will see my wonderful husband one day in Heaven and we will be together for Eternity. 24 hours before Al died, as I sat by his bedside I sensed a circle of angels holding hands around us. When I would go into the kitchen that circle of angels stretched out to still engulf me in their presence with my husband.
It has been nine years since Al’s passing, and I am so relieved to now be focusing on the living - those that are hurting from cellular malnutrition and toxins. I feel that even at my young age of 64 that I do have a destiny to help others; especially, to help Christians, so they will be able fulfill their destiny and bring in the end time harvest.Oh, if we only had eyes to see in the spirit world all around us! I think we would live our lives very differently.
Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation? ~ Hebrews 1:14Our angels are on duty! They encompass us, battle on our behalf, and sometimes come to us in human form. How awesome to think that in the moments when we ready to give up our spirits that angels are present to surround us and escort us Home!
Thank you, Drucilla, for sharing this part of your testimony. It will encourage and strengthen many. And you will, at your young age, help many fulfill their destinies by showing them how they can improve their health. God's blessings upon your ministry!