The transforming power of God's GRACE

When I Was A Child, I would sometimes be left alone for several hours at a time. Yet, I knew that there was a loving power that was looking after me, protecting me. This benevolent power was unseen, but at the same time tangible to me. It was God.

At that time my concept of God was simple. But because of my trust in this power, whom I called "Father," I had the confidence to confront things that might otherwise have intimidated me. For example, once when my porcelain doll was broken, I was filled with fear because it had been very expensive. But I prayed to my Father, "Please don't let my doll be broken," and when I opened my eyes again, I felt completely calm and saw how to fix the doll.

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