Good Can Follow Dark Days

Raymond Mok was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when he was seven.  It’s a progressive disease, so now he only has partial use of his hands, can use his back, and has lived past the average lifespan of someone with his condition.  Even so, Raymond says, “I still enjoy my life doing what I can do.”  But he wasn’t always so positive.  Ten years ago, he attempted to take his life, something he now regrets.  He’s currently working toward a counseling degree and has devoted his life to helping others with disabilities.  Raymond’s a good example of why we shouldn’t have assisted suicide.  Dark days certainly follow major struggles and injuries, but God still has a plan for their lives or He would’ve called them home.  Our prayers go with you Raymond.

 

 

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