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May 6, 2019 by Andrea Ramírez Zabala (Puerto Rico)

About seven years ago I accepted Christ as my Savior. Ever since, a woman from my congregation has made sure that I receive copies of El Aposento Alto, and I have become a faithful reader. It is moving to read each meditation based on an experience of someone living in another part of the world. I also enjoy the fact that together, through the daily devotional guide, we can pray for the needs of others.

Even though I have had many experiences, I never thought about writing and submitting a meditation until my encounter with the bees. I then understood that this experience might be helpful not only to the church, but also to families or anyone in our society who desires to live in harmony.  

When I emailed the meditation, I thought it had not been received by El Aposento Alto office staff. I tried to resend it but for some reason I could not access the email address. So, I was greatly surprised when I received a notice that my meditation had been accepted and would be published in the May/June 2019 issue of El Aposento Alto.  

Today I am motivated to continue to share my experiences and help others in their faith journey. I am currently working on my next meditation. God is working for my good, and my prayer is that God will guide me and my family each day.

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