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What if you wanted to save the world, but could not speak or even feed yourself?

The next time you feel like complaining about your life, consider Sara Coiner. She cannot speak. She cannot walk. She cannot move her hands with enough control to type on a keyboard.

But she has a driving desire to tell people about how good Jesus is to her.

She cannot feed herself. She must be helped with everyday things such as wiping away tears or tying her shoes.

But she has a ministry. Watch this video and ask yourself if perhaps you’ve complained too much.



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George

posted November 6, 2011 at 12:11 pm


You are more able in the eyes of the Lord than those who are physically abled but lives only for their own comfort and needs.



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jaz

posted December 19, 2011 at 7:52 pm


sara,you are the light of the world,you are your mums and dads angel,you are going to wake up in amd on one sunny day with your eyes open,your going to stand up,put your arms out,grab your balance,and you will walk,talk,run,jump,eat with any one that comes your way,
You are so special in your own eyes,you will write a sentence with your own hands,drink with a cup in your hand,
your life with turn around before you know it,I hope you get to read this,if you do,print it up and keep it,
Happy christams and a very happy new year to you,santa clause,has you on his very good list,that he will definatly come flying by,to land to deliver you wish for you to do all i have typed



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