Violet Mutasa (Harare, Zimbabwe)
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Jesus said, “Anyone who hears my word and believes him who sent me . . . does not come under judgment, but has passed from death to life.” - John 5:24 (NRSV)
I was taking care of my sister, Josephine, who had a terminal condition. For two weeks my duties had included showing her love by listening to her, helping her eat, and assuring her that God was present with her. During one of the visits, the nurses asked me to stay...
In the face of death, God offers eternal life.
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