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Topic: Blessed (11/29/04)

TITLE: Blessed Are The Children
By Kimberly House
11/30/04

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Blessed Are The Children


Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. NKJV, Matthew 5:8

The thought of losing her daughter brought tears to her eyes. A tumor was found on her brain. It was too large to be removed. There was little the doctors
could do. Peggy got down on her knees and prayed for her five year old. After
an hour of prayer Erin came in the room. She put her arms around her mother.

"It is okay mommy, the angel said I would be just fine. We need to be
patient, for God will heal me in his time."

Peggy was in shock. "Erin, what angel?"

"The one standing behind you. His clothes look like snow. He has been watching over me since I have been sick."

Her mother looked around but saw nothing. Then a peaceful feeling
settled upon her.

Three weeks later Peggy took her daughter back to the doctor. "It is a miracle!" Said the doctor, "there is no sign of the tumor."

Later that night the family held hands and prayed, thanking God for their miracle, and for the angel that had been watching over Erin.


Member Comments
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Teresa Lee Rainey12/06/04
Kimberly, this is precious. Welcome to Faithwriters! :^)
Jodi Hodge12/07/04
What a sweet story. My brother said he saw an angel one time when he was really sick. I think he was 4 or 5. That is so comforting to think about.
Debbie OConnor12/07/04
Great story. Love the scripture you used. Our innocent children surely see more clearly than we do.
Deborah Anderson12/07/04
Praise God, for miracles indeed. Thank you for sharing this. God bless you.
Karri Compton12/09/04
I love miracles! I would've liked for you to draw the story out a little so we can get into it more.
Blessings, Karri
Mitzi Busby12/09/04
Kimberly,
This is a precious story of His faithfulness and blessings. You did such a good job on this piece. Keep writing.