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“In the story of Job, Job lost everything, and he got everything back twofold. … I’m blessed and I’m loved, and I know that I’ve made a difference.”

In honor of Mother’s Day, this touching story of Myra Dean, who lost her son, at age 10, to a reckless driver.


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I have a friend who had this same thing happen to her. Her daughter was 12 when riding her bike. Penny Hauser has since written a book "Broken by Addiction Blessed by God". In it she relates the story of losing her daughter. I'm sure it does feel like an amputation of the heart!

I have a friend who had this very same thing happen to her. Her daughter was 12 when she was killed while bike riding. Penny Hauser has since written a book called "Broken by Addiction Blessed by God" and describes the loss of her daughter in it. I am sure this experience does feel like an amputation of the heart. Thank you for sharing.

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