John Edmund Haggai, Jr. died in 1975. No one had expected sucha tyerribly brain-damaged baby to survive. Refusing to "put him in an institution," his mother poured her life into caring for him. After twenty-four long years, Johnny still had to be fed and could utter only two syllables. this is Johnny's story. Christine Barker Haggi had so much lvoe for her son that her crushing task became a channel of God's grace. Her unshakable faith dreq from him responses other people thought impossible. Her patience with him was as tended at the end as at the begining. This is her story, too. John Edmund Haggi expresses love and admiration for his wife as he tells the story of their son, Johnny. He is conviced that from the prison of an inadequate body, Johnny's spirit interceded powerfully for the Haggi Institute's ministry to the Third World. For those who suffer or must watch others suffer, this book speakas of God's sovereignty and of persevering prayer. Through it Johnny and Johnny's mother also speak - of receiving the gift of Life and of bringing that gift to another human being.
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Book Description Tyndale House, 1978. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110842346473
Book Description Tyndale House, 1978. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0842346473