Don’t Run Alone | Our Daily Bread


My husband Jack was on mile 25 out of 26 when his strength failed him.This was his first marathon, and he was running alone. After stopping for a drink of water at an aid station, he felt exhausted and sat down on the grass beside the course. Minutes passed, and he couldn’t get up. He had resigned himself to…

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