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Last week we talked about a miraculous healing. I also have some victory to tell about in terms of innovation in pedagogical methods. People who speak King James might want to call it “witty inventions.” Anyway, I put together what I knew as a mother, grandmother, preschool educator, tutor, and so forth, and brought my grandsons from serious problems to entering a private school and making the honor roll. Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second grade honor roll at one of the best schools in their town.
Not vegetable. Not mentally retarded. Not brain injured. Not LD and we will just have to keep him back a third time, while we shuffle things so mom can’t come to the ARD, and when she does and protest, is just ignored. No. They really thought they could get away with that against a poor single mother. They didn’t count on an educated grandmother — who had been thru that before. Ah no.
Faith to overcome in miracles, yes, and in healings yes; and also in pedagogical methods. YES!