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What a charming story as the holiday season approaches. There were a few misplaced quote marks but overall well written.
From an Angel's eye view. I felt a breathless anticipation in the story. You've made me wonder how many times my pages have turned from heavenly messenger intervention. Quite exciting! I felt I was watching a movie and the pine, cypress etc--I could almost smell the green life as the children carried them to the alter.Go Paastor Tom.
God's Providence is always timed just right, but we do forget and need reminding again and again. Thanks for the reminder from a worker in the kingdom who grows weary at times.
Thanks for sharing your story. A good effort. Thanks.

Would that be Normal, IL?
Being a native of IL, I wondered.

I see a few grammatical errors, but the story is really sweet with an important message. Keep writing.
nicely told situation of what happens when we actually take the time to listen to our Father's heart.
I can idenity with Pastor Tom and that made this story especially touching to me. You have an easy stye to read and understand. I like it very much.
Pastor Tom's prayer was so natural and from the heart, and I love God's way of answering! It was a little hard to keep track of the conversations and speakers - you don't need quote marks around the "narrators" words in a first person story. The verse from Isaiah was a perfect cue for a very happy ending! I was left uplifted and very happy I found your story. :)