Edith Galambos

writes from Hamburg, Pennsylvania. She taught at Blue Mountain Adventist Elementary School for 27 years.

Sabbath Samaritan

The tire was definitely flat. Not just a little flat, but all the way, completely flat! At least we were not stranded on a deserted country road in bad weather. In fact, it was quite the opposite. It was a camp meeting Sabbath, and it was a beautiful, sunny day. Church service had just ended, and people were streaming out of the academy gymnasium doors. Some folk were gathering in small groups, renewing old acquaintances or making new friends. Children were laughing and running about, glad for a chance to play. But most people were heading to the parking lot with dinner on their minds.

Because muscular dystrophy kept my husband in a wheelchair, we parked …

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