Summary: Jesus did it for you, he walked Calvary’s road to bring a cure.

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Comments from those who are diagnosed with MS:

Skating in thin Ice

"When I coach my son’s hockey team, it’s hard for me to put one skate in front of the others. But, I persevere because MS won’t stop me from being a dad and taking care of my family."

- Eric, diagnosed in 2004


Distrustful Beast

"Every day is different with multiple sclerosis. I never know if my body and mind will prevent me from living the life I want to live. I’ll never stop rolling on."

- Jason, diagnosed in 2002

Lost Memories

"It’s hard for me to keep track of all of the things going on in my life. I choose to face this disease with strength, dignity and lots of sticky notes."

- Fotini, diagnosed in 2007

Fighting For My Future

"Multiple sclerosis, I am in my prime and I won’t bow to your demands. I may not be the young girl I was when I met you, but let me tell you, this shrew will never be tamed. I won’t quit."

- Imani, diagnose

Uprooted My Life

"MS has been trying to stop me in my tracks for nearly 40 years, but I never give up. When life doesn’t go as planned, I dig my wheels into the dirt and plow and plant."

- Martha, diagnosed in 1973 in 2006, Society Presidential Recipient


"Multiple sclerosis has stolen too many things from me, but it cannot take away my spirit, strength or dignity."

- Rick, diagnosed in 1991

I did it for you

Luke 22:19And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, "This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me."

Some of our youth leaders and adults walked for a cure for MS at the Greenbrier last Sunday. Things I noticed as we walked

- Some walked very fast some very slow

- Some walked with laughter some walked complaining

- Some walked as an adult some walked as a child

- Some carried there stuff and some helped carry others stuff

What did we gain for Walking?

- We gained fellowship as we walked

- We gained Friendships greater

- We gained Hope that maybe that money will be enough to discover the cure

Why we Walked and Why you gave?

- We Walked for a Cure because we have compassion for others.

- We Walked for a Cure because we have passion, drive and commitment to succeed.

- We Walked to raise awareness for a disease that strikes individuals in the prime of their life.

- We Walked because It’s about doing more than you have to in life, to make someone else’s life that much better.

- We Walked because it’s about people. It’s about your community, your neighbors, your family and your friends.

1. Jesus did it for You. Jesus walked to Calvary for A Cure because of His Compassion

- Isaiah says his compassion is like a shepherd

- 11He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart; he gently leads those that have young.

2. Jesus did it for you he Walked to Calvary for a Cure because He was Committed

- Remember the Garden of Gethsemane

- , "Lord if it be thy will let this cup pass from me, but nevertheless not my will but thine will be done.

- He steadfastly set his face towards Jerusalem or the cross Luke 9:53

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Gerald Roberts

commented on Apr 4, 2014

Good message thanks

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