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  1. I am in Columbia, South Carolina and have been seeing billboards on the Interstate advertising Joyce Meyer, who is coming to Columbia in April. Her quote is so true – we ache for someone to truly understand us, to listen and validate our experience (And you have an amazing smile in that hospital picture – simply amazing.)
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  2. I’ve asked very similar questions about my own trials. “God, did I really have to walk through that to walk out Your plan for me?”

    Which is really just code for, “Why me?”

    Perhaps the question I should be asking is “Why not me?” Why should I be exempt from these experiences? What could God do through me, teach me, show me, or others through me if I didn’t have these experiences to draw from?
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  3. Hi K. Lee,

    I was just getting ready to respond to a comment you left on Amy Bovaird’s blog about my work. But I clicked onto your blog first and here I am. Although I don’t know anymore of your story other than what I just read in your article, it sounds so fascinating. Now, I’m curious about it. I know that I always want to know the “why” when something happens. But recently I’ve found some contentment in just being satisfied that I know the ONE who has the answers, Jesus, even if He’s not giving me any yet. Best wishes with your book. Now, I need to back to your comment on Amy’s blog. LOL

    Take Care,

    Matt Harris

  4. I love the thought of angels, and believe in them for all I’m worth. Yet I’ve never seen one. This doesn’t mean they don’t exist. How incredible that you were not burned or even singed in the flames. It is, indeed, a miracle.

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