Two-Time Cancer Survivor Is a Testimony to God's Miracles

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He actively used faith as a tactical weapon against cancer.

If you think God isn't still in the miracle working business, think again. Charles H. Staples, Esq., a two-time survivor of Stage 4 incurable cancer, has an amazing testimony of God's faithfulness and miraculous healing through his two encounters with cancer in 1995 and 2000. Cancer Ain't Nothing but a Pimple 'ta God (paperback, 978-1-60477-165-7) will debunk the myth that the cause of cancer is unknown, and that there is no cure for cancer. It reveals that God made us to be natural-born cancer killers.

Says Staples, "The active use of faith as a tactical weapon against cancer allows any believer to see that compared to God's power, cancer is just like an infected pimple, [and] that all the 'scariness' of the disease can be removed, leading to God's healing. Fear and faith cannot coexist in the same time and space; the fear of death is every bit as much of a killer as are the cancer cells. Faith leads to life. Fear leads to unbelief, which leads to death."

Staples researched his disease with a lawyer's attention to detail and facts, and he presents the nuts and bolts of cancer in his book, as well as the only way to cure it for good: God's way. After having two bouts with incurable cancer within six years, he learned that indeed "there is nothing too hard for God" and that "the Lord's hands are full of miracles"--because he is one.

Charles H. Staples, Esq., and his wife, Marsha, relocated from St. Louis, Missouri, to Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 1997, where they both graduated from Regent University with master's degrees in communication.

Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 4,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Cancer Ain't Nothing but a Pimple 'ta God through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors.

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