June 3, 2011

God Gave the Widow Her Bread

Doug Mendenhall, Doug Mendenhall

It was time to die, so she was planning her last meal.

Nothing fancy, but a little fresh-baked bread would hit the spot.

It wasn't her fault that she was about to die. She hadn't lived a wicked life that was catching up with her. In fact, the circumstances of her death didn't really have anything to do with her.

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