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The Day the Lord Saved Me

I was born in Montgomery, Alabama on May 22, 1952 in the home of Reynolds White Thrasher and Carolyn Mullins Thrasher. Dad was a fun loving and accepting father. He spent time with me, and I knew that he loved me. My mom was and is a very disciplined and dedicated mother and wife. Her example instilled in me a sense of “duty.” My brother David was a good model and while we had our share of brotherly squabbles, I can also remember some tender moments of his love for me. One such memory is when I was walking the aisle in the church service to light the candles, and I fell down. I was so embarrassed! My brother spent special time with me that afternoon to comfort me. I enjoyed friends in the neighborhood and at the elementary...

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