GRATITUDE FOR THANKSGIVING DAY HEALING

Last Thanksgiving Day was memorable because the day began with a healing. An early-morning trip to the bathroom wasn't routine. I experienced fever, followed by chills and other symptoms that left me feeling very weak.

When I started to stand to walk the short distance to get into bed, that didn't seem to be a good idea. After crawling a few inches, I felt the need to lie down on the floor. Lying there, I asked myself, "Are you afraid because you are alone?" Then I remembered that I was scheduled to be head usher at the Thanksgiving service at the branch Church of Christ, Scientist, in my community, but I dismissed that concern as secondary.

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November 21, 2005
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