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with His salvation after your visit. Our Church has recently undergone
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I am the door: by me if
any man enter in, he shall be saved, and
shall go in and out, and find pasture.
The thief cometh not, but
for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they
might have life, and that they might have [it] more abundantly.
-- John 10: 9-10
For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus TO DO
GOOD WORKS, which God prepared in advance for us to do. (Ephesians
LET US NOT BECOME WEARY IN DOING GOOD, for at the proper time
we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Galatians 6:9).
At the turn of the twentieth century there was an asylum in the
suburbs of Boston which dealt with severely mentally retarded
and disturbed individuals. One of the patients was a girl who
was simply called Little Annie. She was totally unresponsive to
others in the asylum. The staff tried everything they could to
help her, yet without success. Finally she was confined to a cell
in the basement of the asylum and given up as hopeless.
But a beautiful Christian woman worked at the asylum, and she
believed that every one of God's creatures needed love, concern
and care. So she decided to spend her lunch hours in front of
Little Annie's cell, reading to her and praying that God would
free her from her prison of silence. Day after day the Christian
woman came to Little Annie's door and read, but the little girl
made no response. Months went by. The woman tried to talk with
Little Annie, but it was like talking to an empty cell. She brought
little tokens of food for the girt but they were never received.
Then one day a brownie was missing from the plate which the caring
woman retrieved from Little Annie's cell. Encouraged, she continued
to read to her and pray for her. Eventually the little girl began
to answer the woman through the bars of her cell. Soon the woman
convinced the doctors that Little Annie needed a second chance
at treatment. They brought her up from the basement and continued
to work with her. Within two years, Little Annie was told that
she could leave the asylum and enjoy a normal life.
But she chose not to leave. She was so grateful for the love and
attention she was given by the dedicated Christian woman that
she decided to stay and love others as she had suffered. Nearly
half a century later, the Queen of England held a special ceremony
to honor one of America's most inspiring women, Helen Keller.
When asked to what she would attribute her success at overcoming
the dual handicap of blindness and deafness, Helen Keller replied,
"If it hadn't been for Ann Sullivan, I wouldn't be here today."
Ann Sullivan, who tenaciously loved and believed in an incorrigible
blind and deaf girl named Helen Keller, was Little Annie. Because
one selfless Christian woman in the dungeon of an insane asylum
believed that a hopeless little girl needed God's love, the world
received the marvelous gift of Helen Keller.
From: Becoming the Spiritual Person You Want to Be by
Dr. Neil T. Anderson
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