A few weeks ago, our hopes were dashed with the last-minute news of the cancellation of our long-awaited transplant. Today, we received our miracle: a new kidney!
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Today, I witnessed possibly the greatest act of faith I have ever seen. After dodging HIV, kidney failure, hepatitis C, cancer, seizures, West Nile Virus, seven failed attempts to receive a donated kidney, my son, Matt, was finally scheduled for a kidney transplant tomorrow. Then disappointment, our old friend, struck again. Only hours before the [...]
Years ago, a man approached me adoringly. He named my uncle then asked if I was his nephew. I answered yes. The man turned to his wife and smiled. Then unabashedly he confessed with emotion that some years ago my uncle had saved his life. We were speaking as though we were old friends, confiding [...]
A friend recounted an experience in which he was buffeted by an evil influence for nearly a year. Despite numerous prayers, frequent fasts and priesthood blessings, he could not shake the relentless and violent onslaught. One morning, having been driven to his knees with the feeling of hopelessness, he pled for help, and this [...]
Do we allow unanswered questions fell our tree of testimony or grow it? Just how much are we willing to risk or obsess on a question when weighty matters are at stake? Deciding what matters is one of the first steps to leaving Babylon and becoming a Zion person.