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Hyveth Williams

is a professor of homiletics at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary.

One Day at a Time

The urban legend goes like this: It was an unusually hot afternoon. After grocery shopping, a woman placed her bags on the back seat of her car. Then, remembering some other needed items, she pulled into another parking lot, locked the car, and went into the store for a few minutes. She returned to find her car as hot as an oven. As she drove toward home she heard three loud pops, like gunshots.

She felt something hit the back of her head. To her horror, she pressed her hand over the wound and barely managed to drive to a nearby emergency room. She received immediate attention as she screamed that she’d been shot.

A doctor urged the woman to move her hand so he could …

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