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Thank you, Sentinel Staff and Edward Sage, for sharing the story of his young son‘s deliverance from a dangerous river current [“Saved from a dangerous current,” Sentinel, December 9, 2013]. I loved the idea of the opposite current—the current that accurately and precisely directed both father and son close enough to the river‘s edge, where they were pulled from the water by the man who “just happened to be in the neighborhood.“
The three angel messages that were shared in the article are helping me today pray for young children everywhere, and especially those young ones who seem to be caught in another dangerous current as brought out in The Christian Science Monitor‘s article “ ‘Sweetie‘ sting nabs 1,000 alleged online child abusers—but is its approach legal?“ [Anna Kordunsky, November 5, 2013]. As I head out for my morning walk with God, I am taking these angel thoughts—and the conviction and assuredness of perfect deliverance that they brought—with me. I deeply appreciate the idea of the river washing clean the thoughts and actions of the child abusers and that omnipotent opposing current being able to rescue both victimizer and victim.
Marietta, New York, US
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