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Suffering Innocents Turn Many Hearts to Glory

When's the last time you prayed?  Like, really, really prayed?  Thanks to a brave little boy named Ben, a four-year-old with a newly diagnosed brain tumor, more than a few people could say: today. Today, I learned it is possible to cry just thinking about a little boy you've never met, because he is dear to those who are dear to you.  I learned it is both possible and easy to fast while breastfeeding, when considering an overwhelming situation.  And I have learned that turning things over to God is never quite so hard, nor quite so necessary, as when innocents suffer. So I find myself joining the throng of many, many believers asking God to guide the hands of surgeons who reach inside the brain He knit together nearly five years ago.  And I ask the same question that ran through my mind on repeat less than one year ago:  is it any more difficult for God to heal a brain, than it was for Him to create it in the first place? All. Things. Are. Possible. To. Him. Who. Believes.   T