Frankincense, Myrrh and a Toothbrush? Matthew 2:1-12

By Lisa Nichols HickmanIn As I Lay Dying, the main character Anse appears self-absorbed when at his wife’s death he says, “God’s will be done. . . . Now I can get them teeth.” His character will certainly not be remembered for altruism. But Anse will be remembered for the physical effects of poverty: feet marred by labor, a spine permanently bent, skin unable to sweat from sunstroke suffered tending the fields, and a mouth without teeth.Sumter Faith Clinic: "The Lord Led Us" … [Read more...]


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