Foxe, Tracinda
May 2007
Guideposts;May2007, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p90
The author recounts her experience of braving the fire that broke in her rented apartment in New York City. She had just drifted off to sleep beside her 1-month old baby when she heard an insistent voice telling her to wake up. She was surprised to see flames and smoke coming out from the kitchen. She had nowhere to go, she heard people from below the window asking her to drop her baby for them to catch. She let the child go, entrusting God to take care of the baby.


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