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02-27-2013 – Six weeks later I was walking home from school. Taking a short cut across and open field and the thought came to mind,  “Do you want me to be your Father?”  The question was a direct statement and came as a thought in my mind.  I knew immediately the source. I had become very familiar with it.  I said that I did. He did. (See article “Blessed are they that Mourn.”)

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02-25-2013 – I was not close to my father, he was partial to my sister, my mother was partial to my twin brother. I will spare the reader the details; however his death was like a death sentence for me. 

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02-23-2013 – I started to cry I knew something had happened. She hung up the phone, turned and said, “Your father has died.” He has been dead several days. We will be going to Oklahoma City the next day.

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02-22-2013 – In mid September 1956, late one evening the phone rang. I was twelve. We were just getting ready to go to bed. Mother answered the phone and said almost nothing.

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02-20-2013 – After my hospitalization at 10 I remained with my mother until I left home at 16. Mother taught us the Word of the Lord diligently. During the time from ten until twelve some of the more important lessons on prayer took place.

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02-19-2013 – From the age of four when my parents divorced, until the age of ten, we were moved from one foster home to another. All were abusive in one manner or another. The moves were interspersed with short stays with our mother often a few weeks or at the most a few months. The abuse, physical, mental and sexual resulted in some difficult consequences in my life. 

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02-18-2013 – I did not originally intend this to be autobiographical. However I see that it is not possible to relate what God has done unless I show you how desperately I needed Him to do something.

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