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Look for a miracle
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 1:33 PM

By Jim Langham

Looking for a miracle? It’s been a tough week in some people’s lives that I know; in fact, unfortunately in the world that we live in, somebody is always having a variety of moods happen somewhere in the world around us.

All you have to do is walk through a 4-H fair and you realize that. Kids are jumping and embracing because they just received a grand championship trophy. But not far away, someone who worked equally as hard all year didn’t receive the recognition for their efforts as others did, so while some jump and rejoice, others hide near a quiet corner and cry their hearts out.

In hospitals, every feeling in the cycle of emotions is expressed in a short time. Someone receives tough news and sorrows in shock; someone else receives much better news than expected and is pouring forth with tears of joy. Some are coming, some are going, but all are experiencing the emotions of life that rotate in a day’s time.