Vessels.

Hannah’s boyfriend, Dustin, while in shock after the incident, being pulled away on a stretcher, made eye contact with me and said something so simple but so awe inspiring.

”God is going to be glorified in this”, he weakly cried out to me. 

He then moved on to witness to the medic in the back of the ambulance, in his weakness and inability. 

The pastor’s sermon (the pastor is Hannah’s Dad) had just been about being a warrior for God’s kingdom, and fighting for the kingdom even while healing from our wounds. 

I had never really seen that part of Dustin, though we play music together, but I guess he really, really took that message and God’s call seriously. We should too. 



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    this is incredible. a true example of how we should react in the midst of pain or trial. God is good. please continue to...
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    Chills. I have chills.
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