As a Christian, this means that by accepting this sacrificial gift, I will one day leave this world and its trials behind and live for eternity with Christ in Heaven, where there will be no more sadness, no more sickness, and no more death.
No matter what happens to my son on this earth, whether he recovers from autism or not, my hope lies in the fact that one day he WILL be made whole again – he will be healed and happy and no one will EVER be able to harm him again. It gives me great joy to think of him in the arms of my Savior and be healed. I can’t help but hope and trust that one day, he – and all of our children – will be seated at a special place of honor at the Lord’s table, reaping handsome rewards to make up for the things they have suffered here on earth. I believe that their eternal rewards will more than make up for the afflictions they have had to suffer here.
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