To Live Again

Koenig, Harold
September 2006
Guideposts;Sep2006, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p7
The article discusses the author's experience of a crippling arthritis. He had been an ambitious young doctor at Duke University. He was strong in faith. He felt a powerful calling to bring the love of God to the sick, especially to older patients. Then, one day, he noticed that his right knee and ankle were sore at the end of a hectic day at the hospital. The pain persisted, then spread to his right wrist.


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