Worthy of a Miracle Book Giveaway

5 Simple Truths Linda Kuhar

When I met Linda Kuhar a couple years back, I knew she was the type of person I could and would call friend.  Today I’m honored to celebrate with this beautiful girl the release of  her powerful story, Worthy of a Miracle. Although doctors predicted Linda would never walk or breathe again on her own, she and God proved them wrong!

Guest post by Linda Kuhar

I’m not going to lie, cancer sucks! There’s no way around it. Looking at life through it’s lens, I found myself scared, resentful, and pretty ticked off.

Everyone reacts to trauma differently. Some experience withdrawal, some deny, some get depressed. And then some get livid and just about lose their everlovin’ mind.

That was me.

The morning after my diagnosis, I went to Starbucks. As I was standing in line observing the hustle and bustle, I wanted to scream to the top of my lungs, Look at all you people going on with your life! This is not fair, I might die and all you are worried about is your stupid lattes and frappuccinos. Give me a break!

I was outraged that I was now part of the “cancer club.” I don’t deserve this.

Crossing my arms tightly and clinching my fists as I waited for my coffee, I was annoyed by all the people standing in line. I’m too young. I have a life to live. My friends are planning summer getaways, and I’m planning how to survive.

I glanced over and saw my reflection in the glass window with the silhouette of my long hair flowing down my back. The long hair that would most likely be gone soon, lost to chemotherapy.

This is not fair! Why me? 


Have you ever asked God, why me?

In 2009 when I was diagnosed with cancer I asked God why me. And then again after being in a coma for a month when the doctor’s told me I would never walk again or breathe again on my own.

I believe we all go through times in our lives when we shake our fist at God and ask why me?

Recently I wrote my very first book, Worthy of a Miracle. This book is not only about my physical healing but my spiritual healing and how I discovered my true worth in Jesus. It is a guidebook for any woman who wants to more fully own her inheritance as a daughter of God. And it is for you, no matter where you currently are on that journey. It is not a step-by-step instruction manual on how to become “worthy,” but rather an inspirational practice to deepen your awareness of how worthy you already are by accepting the relationship Jesus offers.

Over the years I learned how to use an acronym as a simple reminder of how to live in the truth about my worth and relationship with God. To walk you through your own shift in perspective about how worthy you are, I share with you the most important lesson I learned along the way: Jesus is the answer.

  • Just live today.
  • Expect miracles.
  • Speak truth.
  • Use your gifts.
  • Start now!

I would love to hear from you today! Everyone who comments will be entered to WIN a copy of my newly released book Worthy of a Miracle.

worthy of a miracle

Let me know in the comments below, have you ever asked God “why me”? Have you ever struggled with not feeling “good enough” or worthy? Let’s have a conversation about this today.

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Order your copy of Worthy of a Miracle HERE!

As a Christian life coach, Linda has written a book that uses the elements of memoir to teach simple, practical strategies anyone can use to deepen their walk with God and begin to recognize the everyday miracles we all receive. Click here to order a signed copy from the author!

About the Author
LINDA KUHAR is a Board Certified Coach with the Center for Credentialing & Education, Certified Christian Life Coach with Christian Coach Institute and has led women worldwide through online Bible studies. Linda speaks to organizations such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, churches, and women’s ministries throughout the United States.

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18 thoughts on “Worthy of a Miracle Book Giveaway

  1. Oh yes… I have said so many times ‘why me’. Sometimes we just can’t understand what God is doing. Great post and encouraging testimony. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Oh Linda, I so relate to this subject! I would love to read your book. I got my masters and became a psychotherapist while recovering from my first brain surgery. My doctors were astounded. It was only God! Then, after working so hard and working hard to accrue my hours, get licensed, and build a thriving private practice, the tumor regrew and I am now home recovering from a second brain surgery. I had a lot of questions for God. I am at peace now but it took a lot of talking to my Father in heaven! I am so happy for you. Keep up the good work. I loved that part of your acronym is “Use Your Gifts.” That is a big one that I am learning about in this season. Just keep going. Keep touching others. Keep using what God has given you. Thank you!

    • Wow Linda! I want to lift you up today. What an inspiration you are to push through and not give up after two brain surgeries. I pray that you are continuing to fully recover. Thank you for sharing your story here too. What a gift you are. Keep using your gifts friend. ((hugs))

    • Pam it’s good to know we are not alone in questioning God why me? He is faithful and in due time he reveals whatever it is we need to learn or grow from our situations. But boy oh boy when I’m in the middle of a tough situation I tend to question him. No matter what God is my one true source of peace and strength always.

  3. I have asked the why me question so many times. Molestation, letting go of a man I loved because of extended family secrets, infertility, adhd husband and son, trouble with his family accepting me, death of my Dad, and so much more. I am learning, these trials were given to me for a reason. I just haven’t been given my purpose of using it. I’m in waiting for His direction.

    • Debra I pray God reveals your purpose to you. Just yesterday I was at a doctor’s appointment and the nurse remembered me from earlier this year. She said after she met me and learning about my story she had a very scary health scare. At first she was frightened and then she said she remembered my story and felt God’s peace and strength to get her through.

      One thing for sure is we never know how our trails will impact, encourage or inspire other lives. Thank you for sharing here today.

  4. I asked “why me” when my health seemed to fall apart over night shortly after the birth of our forth child. I explained to God, (yes, I thought the Sovereign One needed my help) “I am a pastor’s wife and homeschooling mom of children ages 6 months to 8 years…with no family in town. I can’t be sick. There is no one to help me.” Oh how much He has taught me since those early days! 🙂

    • Oh Cheryl I can so relate to having those kinds of talks with God 🙂 Don’t you love how we can talk with God about anything and even give him our own agenda and he remains sovereign. He loves us no matter what and has the absolute best in store for us even when life does not appear that way.

      Thank you for sharing today friend.

  5. Oh boy have I asked ‘why me?’. My childhood wasn’t the easiest and as I got older, I wondered often why God would put a helpless child in such a situation. I didn’t know God. As a teen and young adult, I was told I wasn’t worth anything so how could I be worth saving? I hadn’t seen God. I thought I loved God, but I couldn’t have at that point because I didn’t have a correct view of Him. Now, I’m older and I pray more but sometimes those old thoughts come back. I guess everyone has a personal battle with the devil, but I just remind myself that the war has already been won!

    • Beth as Joyce Meyer says, the battlefield is in the mind. Dealing with my mindset has been my life long struggle but through the power of reading and speaking God’s truth aloud I continue to overcome the enemy.

      I stand in agreement with you THE WAR HAS ALREADY BEEN WON!!! Amen!!!

      Thank you for sharing.

  6. Just a week ago I went through blood tests for abnormal cells showing up in my blood. This info about these abnormal shaped cells came from out of the blue. I have been going through grief(s) for these past 6 years… Hubby, grandson, sister, her hubby, and a few friends. So it may just be caused by stress. But for whatever result, or whatever cause, my Heavenly Father has been bringing messages into my heart/spirit for about a year. I am ready to proceed with a deeper than just a normal bible study, and would like to be considered for your group. Just tell me what to do next.

    • Hi Bonnie, I am very sorry to hear about the grief you’ve gone through over the last 6 years. That’s had to be very difficult.

      I am also so sorry to hear about the abnormal blood cells. That can be so scary. Grief and stress do put a lot of strain on our bodies. Before I was diagnosed with cancer I went through an extended period of high emotional stress. I’ll never know the exact reason I got sick, however I do believe our emotional health can take wear on our bodies down.

      I currently do not have a group study for my book, however it might be something you would like to read with a friend or a ladies group and discuss. Lifting you up in prayer today.

  7. I think every woman has felt “not good enough” at some point in life. The battle for our souls is on-going. We must remember who we are in Christ and fight the battle with the weapons he’s given us!

  8. I said why me through six miscarriages – but He blessed me with two wonderful kids. I said why me when our first grandson was born with a horrible disease, but now I thank Him for entrusting that awesome 2 year old to us. I said why me through my daughter’s infertility and now she has a 9 month old baby. I’m saying why me in the loss of 4 grandbabies thru miscarriages. But I know God ALWAYS has a plan and His plan is PERFECT!

    I have struggled with not good enough comparing myself to others in leading Bible studies, in subbing at school, and even as a mother and wife at time. As I’m learning those are feelings, not indicators and I don’t have to be perfect because God loves me and He qualifies the unqualified.

  9. I struggle with not feeling worthy daily. My husband is currently in prison for a crime he didn’t commit and serving 25 years. We are appealing but to appeal it, it’s seems impossible. I wonder is our family even worthy of saving.

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