In the late nineties, Pastor Ernest Easley received difficult news from his doctor: a cancer diagnosis, of the throat. This diagnosis would be enough to cause any individual to fear for one's life, to worry about whether or not tomorrow would be seen. But for Pastor Easley, this diagnosis, though tragic, would be an opportunity to learn to rest in the Sovereignty of God. Now more than twenty years later, the cancer is gone, but the lingering effects of twenty-four radiation treatments has left him with a withering voice. His doctors have told him that in a matter of years, he will no longer be able to speak. He will be a preacher who cannot preach.