Then the nurse began to cry. She said to me, “I’ve never seen anything so amazing in my life. At four o’clock this morning I was sure he wouldn’t make it, and now look at him! I will never again doubt that miracles are possible.”
I shall always remember that Saturday morning when Ralph was wheeled from the SS Samaria to a waiting ambulance in Quebec. The entire side of the ship was crowded with 1,200 friends–Choir members, crew, passengers, and medical staff–who had fought for Ralph and prayed for him. They waved, applauded and cheered us. That memory and knowing the infinite goodness of God will last us a lifetime.
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