Skip to comments.Bengals lineman hits field, emotions running high as daughter battles cancer
Posted on 07/30/2014 10:04:08 AM PDT by FlJoePaEdited on 07/30/2014 10:23:09 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
As Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still reports for training camp, his mind is elsewhere.
What the 25-year-old Still found out on June 2 changed his outlook on the game of football and life: His 4-year-old daughter had been diagnosed with Stage IV cancer.
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My heart and prayers go out to you Mr. Still. May Almighty God heal your daughter and the Holy Spirit give you and your family peace.
For Thine own glory only, we pray.
God bless this family! God bless all parents who are in this same place!
Many prayers and thoughts to his family. Looking at those pictures sure brought back memories of my little boy’s 8 month fight with leukemia. These kids are very special and very brave. They end up comforting the parents at times lifting them up. It’s a day by day and sometimes minute by minute second by second. I understand the emotional roller coaster some days are good some days are bad, but I never let Timmy see me breakdown. It did not end well for us. Timmy died at 12:00 am on June 25 1992.
My prayer for this beautiful little girl Leah is to beat this monster with God’s grace and mercy.
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Very sorry for your loss.
Adorable little girl. :-) Mr. Still seems like a wonderful father. Children are stronger and tougher than us grownups. Praying now for his daughter’s health.
Thank you so very much.
“because I’ve come to the point where (I’m) no longer feeling sorrow, but to ask that y’all keep my daughter in your prayers. The more prayers that go up, the more faith we (have) that she will overcome this obstacle.”
Consider it done, Mr. Still. And may G-D be with you and your family through this difficult time.