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Father Takes a Needle for His Fearful Son

Recently I was sitting in a doctor's office with one of my young sons, and the nurse wanted to draw blood from him for a test. As you can imagine, he ...

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Jenny

November 01, 2011  5:14pm

I am reminded again how the cross is there for me

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EUPHRASIO MICHAEL DSOUZA

October 31, 2011  11:21am

5 STAR RATING - I ENJOYED READING THIS.

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