O'Neal, Sam
September 2008
Ignite Your Faith;Sept/Oct Fall2008, Vol. 66 Issue 11, p21
A fake interview with a mystery character from the Bible is presented. When asked about her prayer story, she talks about not being able to have any child with her husband while the other wife had several. She tells how she prayed to God and was answered. She explains why she named her only son Samuel.


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