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  1. Caryn/TheMidLifeGuru

    Wow- what a horrifying event. Angels were watching over you and you have a great story of faith to share. I am glad you are here today!!

  2. Hi Karen,
    Thanks for sharing this inspirational article.
    We humans are rational and logical. We often predict future outcome based on our past experiences or what has been programmed in our minds during our upbringing. However, God is bigger than all our assumptions and prediction. He is the only one that knows what the future holds for us.
    He said, I know the thought that I think towards you, thoughts of good and not of evil, to give you a hope and a future.
    The scripture also says, everything work for good to them that love God….
    I thank God on your behalf for the victory he gave you. May his name be blessed.
    I look forward to reading your upcoming book.
    Thanks for sharing.
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  3. sazia kazia

    Hi, I really appreciate this as you are so brave mam. Yes if god want to save no one can kill the person. Thanks for sharing

  4. Dr. Erica Goodstone

    Hi Karen,
    What a powerful life story, so real I can almost feel your fear and pain and anguish on that day. I know there are angels around us. Many years ago I fell down the stairs in a beach house we were renting. I thought I was walking into my husband’s room and I walked out into the staircase, went tumbling and banged my head on the wall at the bottom. Somehow, I sat up and seemed to be okay. I went upstairs, got some aspirins near my bed, kept the phone right near me, and went to sleep. The next day I spent the whole day moving boxes to a storage unit as previously planned. I believe there were angels there that day that helped to break my fall.

    Your book will have a big impact on anyone who has suffered a great loss but survived – or maybe it just happened to them and your story can inspired them to trust and to turn to the scriptures for support.

    Warmly,
    Dr. Erica

  5. Edward Thorpe

    Hi Karen,

    I’d read your story of this horrifying day before. (on another of your blogs, I think) Nevertheless, you’re a lucky lady and a real live hero! Edward

  6. Susie

    AMEN! I remember releasing myself and my family to God while in an ambulance one night. Something happens when we release ourselves to the Lord…PEACE.

  7. Elise Cohen Ho

    I am grateful that you and the children were okay. What a scary thing that must have been. We must always look towards the miracles of life.

  8. Mandy Allen

    Gosh, what an experience! Isn’t the body amazing though, after all that you say you walked out of the hospital just one week later. I am always humbled by the power of nature to repair and heal.

    Enjoy the journey!

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