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The alarm was set for 5:30 a.m.. I reached to turn it off at 5. That
was a signal that my "engine" was warming early for the day's race. I
hurried to my study to organize my thoughts for Bible study and to get
God's Word into my head and heart before the world got its turn.
The peace of God's Word calmed my spirit as I stepped into the day's
routine of showering and dressing. Before I turned on the blow dryer,
I heard a crash in the kitchen. "What happened?!" I yelled to Othel as
I hurried to see.
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