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God keeps an account of your prayers


“Pray. Never give up,” her mother pleaded once more.
“Mom I’ve been praying for five years now.  Destiny can't be changed.  Even IVF failed." 
As Julia pulled the car on the road, she heard a sweet voice requesting for alms.
Looking at her, Julia knew she could be a mother. 

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  1. So true, prayers are the answer for every thing. keep working and keep praying. My favorite is "God helps those who help themselves."

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  2. Miracles do happen! This was awesome and brought a tear to my eyes. I loved it.

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  3. Interesting how prayers can be answered in the most unexpected form. Lovely take on the prompt!

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