It was easy watching President Jimmy Carter tell of his cancer.
He told the world about it in the eyes of faith. His eyes. His faith.
Without drama, Carter smiled as he told his tale: Cancer is in his brain.
Yet, amid all this, he stood firm in his faith.
And, after radiation treatment, he taught his usual Sunday Bible School class full of hundreds of people attending.
Faith is his life. Carter doesn't wear his faith on his sleeve. It is him.
People may laugh about his presidency, but, what is most important, is faith. His own. Mine. And, yours!