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RE: Re: Prayers needed


Yipes Pam.... you need to watch that diet! Blood sugar levels can not be
fooled around with....

Donna


> 
> Also Mardi, don't discount the power of healing. When I was in
college,
> I blacked out in the shower one morning (low blood sugar) and woke up
> who knows how much later in a sea of red. Head split open like a
> grapefruit, teeth through the lip, cheekbones flattened, nose smashed
> sideways, etc. The doctors who stictched me up said I'd never look
> normal again w/out plastic surgery. Well, I'm no Jesse Rene' but I
> healed on my own. It took several months before anyone could stand to
> sit w/ me in the dining hall to eat, but I healed. And w/ grace and
good
> care, Jane will heal too. She is in our prayers.
> 
> 
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX

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