God’s Not Dead writer Russell Wolfe continues to bear ALS treatment
January 21, 2015 - als
God’s Not Dead writer Russell Wolfe recently underwent a branch dungeon diagnosis as he continues to bravely quarrel ALS, also famous as engine neuron or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The handling partner for Pure Flix has been battling ALS for over a year now and he has confirmed a dauntless position opposite a disease, strange even his doctors, family, and friends.
“I was so ease in greeting to a news,” Wolfe told Movie Guide.
“I’ve been by a lot of storms in my life, and God has positively delivered me from any one.
“When I’ve had things that have happened that are bad, during a time, they competence have seemed disastrous, though God has incited any and each one of them around so that in retrospect, we can demeanour behind during those, and I’m beholden that they happened, and we don’t feel any opposite about this.
“So when he gave me a news, we only looked during it as an event to mount in my faith, and now we’ll only see God use this for his Glory.”
Wolfe even used his illness to enthuse and inspire others. Last August, when amicable media was bombarded with videos of politicians and celebrities doing a ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, he was one of those who participated in a recognition lifting campaign.
According to Movie Guide, Wolfe’s Ice Bucket Challenge video was common over 34,000 times with over 3,000 comments entertaining him on and charity prayers and support within only a week of a posting.
Wolfe suggested that his faith is essential in how he continues to live in a face of such a dibilitating illness.
“One thing that speaks privately to me is a escape of people and their prayers. I’m so beholden for that. I’m indeed taken behind by how most it was shared, and how many people have enclosed me in their prayers,” he admitted.
The film writer doesn’t censure anybody for his sickness. Instead, he pronounced that ALS is only one of a bad things that occur to good people “in a depressed word.” He also spoke of his faith that God can take divided a bad things so he urged people to “keep your faith.”