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  • Wendy
    When I was five my father was imprison, this meant my mother who had five children and did not have a job or any education had to fine a way to take care of us all.She was so scared and felt alone, thinking that she would have to put some of us up for adoption. No one came to help not even her family or my father relatives. All this time it was the Lord's plan being put into action. A nieghbour had heard what had happen and she came over with a message, that there is someone who came help ,one who never leaves and his name is Jesus Christ. My mother decided that day to follow the Lord.I must say it was the best decision she could have ever make for her self and for her kids. The Lord kept us he provided all our needs we never felt a want or lack of anything despite people thinking we were going through a tough time it never felt that way we were so happy and at peace. Fast forward 13 years later my father was free he had accepted the lord as well. My mother finally had that one Christmas with her entire family, then she passed and went to be with the lord .I'm 30 years old now with two kids of my own and I know the only thing I can do for my kids is leading them in the Lord Jesus. May the Lord bless whoever you are remember he loves you and what may seem as disaster may just be Gods plan being put into action.
  • Free - in Reply
    Thank u "Wendy" your tetemony touch me. Jesus is Great, and He will Reign forever. Love u in Christ, and be blessed.
  • Kent Bass - in Reply
    Hi Wendy, Your story is amazing. Your mother taught you the most important thing in this lifetime, and that is accepting our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. And you are teaching it to your kids. Keep up the good work. God is watching over you.

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