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Failure to yield

A terrible accident leads to a father’s plea about his Father’s promise

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Janie B. Cheaney Janie is a senior writer who contributes commentary to WORLD and oversees WORLD's annual Children's Book of the Year awards. She also writes novels for young adults and authored the Wordsmith creative writing curriculum. Janie resides in rural Missouri.


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Thank you for this excellent piece, superb writing. Invoking Resurection at his funeral in the way he did is in the truest sense I've ever heard.  


There are some things that will never see an answer until we get to heaven!  It is hard to accept but we must, having faith that God has some unseen goodness buried within the obvious tragedy that we see. 


After reading this, I find it hard to see the keyboard with so many tears in my eyes.