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Friday evening our son-in-law, Dean, called to say that our daughter, Pam, was late coming home from work and he couldn’t get her on her cell phone. He asked us to pray and he went out to find her. About three miles away, Dean saw the road was closed and he saw a wrecker pulling Pam’s car out of a deep culvert. The car was demolished. He ran up to the policeman and said, “That is my wife’s car. Is she alive?” The policeman told him she was alive and was being transported to the hospital.
Pam doesn’t remember anything that happened. They think she passed out. She went off the road, down into a deep culvert where the car rolled over. Pam was hanging upside down by her seat belt, and partially out a broken window. Other drivers stopped and cut her down and placed her on the ground until help arrived.
She has no broken bones, and most of her tests came back fine. She is home now, but has to go back in for another test. She had glass in her back, bruises, and bites on her tongue (making it hard to eat) and her face is red from the rough air bag. She missed hitting an electric pole that would have taken her life.
You never know what a day may bring. We are grateful that our daughter, Pam, is alive! Praise the Lord!
“Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away. For that ye ought to say, If the Lord will, we shall live, and do this, or that” (James 4:14-15).
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