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Comment by Howard Brod on 5th mo. 30, 2016 at 8:00am

This reminds me of the words of a ten year old girl twenty-six years ago from the meeting in Midlothian, VA who when asked at "First Day" (Sunday) School what is prayer, said "Prayer is the way you live".  Soon after, she was tragically killed by a drunk driver.  I've often pondered her wisdom that she knew and experienced at such a young age.  A spiritual reality that I've only begun to experience as an old man.

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