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As a teen-ager I waited impatiently until I was old enough to...
As a teen-ager I waited impatiently until I was old enough to take my driver's examination. A driver's license seemed very important. When I went to the examination, I was told that glasses would be required before I could continue with the testing.
I had been taught since early childhood to rely on God for all my needs, but as I felt inadequate to challenge the requirement laid down with my understanding of God, I decided to buy glasses. I was then able to successfully complete the driver's exam.
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