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I highlighted my scar with a marker smiley-face so you could see it. What's its story? In Christmas 1979, we were at the table for the big Christmas meal when my grandpa went to pass a dish, accidentally knocking over a taper candle, which fell on my wrist momentarily catching my wrist on fire. And for 29 years, there's been a scar to prove it! Ta Dah! My Christmas scar! Scars. We all have them & they offer 2 reminders:
1) we were hurt, but thankfully, we are better
2) Jesus had a scar too. 'Though He could have risen on Easter without
one, to help a doubting man, He didn't. And truly, His scar story is the
best one ever told. :)

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