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Father may I…

on November 27, 2016

I reflect on it now and I hope he didn’t find me to be impudent, but hey, when was I going to have this opportunity again?

What’s your favorite book?

What’s your favorite verse?

Emboldened with fast responses, I pushed further.

Who’s your favorite disciple?

“Paul”

Why?

“After he came to know the Lord, he had a sense of humility unparalleled to any other disciple.”

I shut up, finished getting him ready, and brought his family back to wait with him


6 responses to “Father may I…

  1. That sounds like an amazing conversation to have. I’m slightly green at the gills, but in a happy for you sort of way!

    🙂

  2. BETH says:

    You may like this young nurse’s account of her day. I really hope your stomach is strong.

    https://fortheinvisible.wordpress.com/2016/11/22/the-face-of-courage/

    Note particularly how she compares the two patients without being … well, let me say overly critical.

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