Unharmed and FREE of flashbacks

When a woman was confronted by an angry young man with a gun, instinct kicked in. She prayed.

Several months ago, a friend and I had just gotten into his car on a street in St. Louis, when a young man walked up to the driver's side. He pointed a gun at my friend's head and demanded his wallet.

My first thought was that this couldn't be happening. But quickly I knew I'd better do something, and that something was to pray. I didn't think of these words at the time, but I was leaning totally on a promies I knew from studying the Bible: "And they shall fight against thee; but they shall not prevail against thee; for I am with thee, saith the Lord, to deliver thee" (Jer. 1:19).

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