I am VERY glad you doing good. That is awesome! I mean that with all sincerity.I didn't read through all the comments, but I will say, I believe in the power of prayer. I was diagnosed with cancer almost 9 years ago. Things did not look good for me at all. I had many many people, friends and family praying for me, and I am cancer free today. I do not think all of it is due to medical science, I fully believe in divine intervention. I am convinced if not for all the prayers, I would not be here today. Even my Dr. was totally amazed.
But you are committing the fallacy called post hoc ergo propter hoc", the same as the other poster (do whut):
"Latin for "after this, therefore because of this", is a logical fallacy (of the questionable cause variety) that states "Since that event followed this one, that event must have been caused by this one." It is often shortened to simply post hoc."
You got sick. People prayed. You got better. In your heart you want to believe it was God answering prayers. But didn't you go to the doctor? Did you do the standard cancer treatments?
Which is more likely:
1) You got sick, took medicine, and got better as a combination of medical care and the natural course of the illness.
2) People said prayers and a deity used its magic to fix you.
If you think #2 is more likely then how do you explain the millions of people who also receive prayers who do NOT recover in this way? Does God simply not love them?
Isn't it more likely that this is how nature works and that medical science - imperfect as it is - can in fact help?
Doesn't giving the glory to God sort of send a slap in the face of all the professionals who have fought this terrible set of diseases with science and hard work? I think it does.
I also think it is a dangerous message to send. Have you read any of the news stories about people who believe so much in God and prayers that they simply didn't go to the doctor...and died? There was that teenage boy last year who had a leg injury and his parents - Christians who shun medicine - didn't take him to the hospital. They just prayed. So his leg got infected and he died a miserable, painful death.
God had something against that kid?