What We Know Now

Stephanie Parker McKean

savanna after surgery

Yesterday when I was walking Savannah, a six-year-old girl ran up to me—pretending to be brave and attempting to hide her fear. She had been playing with two older girls who abruptly ran away and left her alone in a strange neighborhood. She couldn’t find her friends and she couldn’t find her home. Savannah and I walked with the child until she got home.

The scary thing is what could have happened. She could have been kidnapped. She could have been attacked by a dog. She could have been injured in a fall, or from getting hit by a car, or a bike. Her friends never thought of possible dangers when they ran away and left her—they were enjoying a laugh, totally oblivious to the distress of their young friend. Thankfully, God protected the child.

The Bible says that wisdom comes from God. It does. It also comes from experience…

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3 thoughts on “What We Know Now

  1. Forgot to mention…I love Savannah. She has the sweetest face. Like Susie. Shelia and Chip had faces like that, but maybe it’s they way they look at us with love. You think? Keep us updated on how she’s feeling.

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