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There It Lay – On the Floor in Plain Sight – The Missing Piece – Sought for Patiently for Many Days – A Small Miracle – One that May Seem Insignificant – But It Keeps Me Knowing that the Lord Hears Us Even Concerning Our Little Matters –

We knew what it should look like, the shape, the colors, but we couldn’t find it anywhere. We looked for days. Certainly a gust of wind could blow a puzzle piece in a screen room, but how could it blow … Continue reading

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The Invincible Woman

The woman about whom I wrote this verse had cerebral palsy and sickle cell anemia. She used a motorized chair most of the time because walking was nearly impossible. She cared for her two-year-old child herself. She could chase her … Continue reading

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