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Words for the Weary | Our Daily Bread

A few days after his father died, 30-year-old C. S. Lewis received a letter from a woman who had cared for his mother during her illness and death more than two decades earlier. The woman offered her sympathy for his loss and wondered if he remembered her. “My dear Nurse Davison,” Lewis replied. “Remember you? I should think I do.”…

Source: Words for the Weary | Our Daily Bread

By Mike Polinske

I'm a computer geek who likes to share God's Word with the world.

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