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Lead Surgeon: Full Face Transplant Recipient ‘Doing Great’

Plastic surgeon Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, far right, in a news conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston on Monday, March 21, 2011, to discuss his team's completion of the first full face transplant in the U.S. (AP)

BOSTON — Months before Dallas Wiens traveled here from Fort Worth, Texas, to undergo a full face transplant last week, he spoke on video about why he would want to be the subject of such such an untested, experimental procedure.

“It opens the doors for everybody else who gets severe facial disfigurement,” he said. “And it’s a great thing to know that people have a thing they can choose, other than looking in the mirror and hating what they see every day.”

A 2008 high-voltage power line accident left Wiens blind and without lips, a nose or eyebrows. But last week, in the first such procedure to be performed in the U.S., a medical team at Brigham and Women’s Hospital transplanted an entire new face onto the young father.

The team was led by Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, a plastic surgeon, who joined Morning Edition on Wednesday to discuss the groundbreaking, 15-hour-long procedure.

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  • Anonymous

    This dude got totally FACED!

  • Anonymous

    This dude got totally FACED!

  • rick

    God Bless All The Doctors who helped this young Man.

    • Max

      God who???

      • Daystop95

        y max god who??? were is god and were he lives ???????????

      • Daystop95

        y max god who??? were is god and were he lives ???????????

  • Kansas1

    An unimaginable challenge for a young man and his family. What remarkable courage and determination! God Bless you Dallas and all those supporting you in your recovery.

  • Kansas1

    An unimaginable challenge for a young man and his family. What remarkable courage and determination! God Bless you Dallas and all those supporting you in your recovery.

  • Scott

    God has nothing to do with this. Incredible advancements in technology and research have allowed this man an opportunity to live his life with a semblance of normalcy. Best wishes to him in his recovery.

    • Allofton

      God has everything to do with this….God has given the knowledge to these doctors and reachers..God has given Dallas the strength to endure all is going through..and he has given him and his family the grace to withstand….MAY GOD BLESS all who are involved with this young man and his family…

      • Scott

        Right… God gets credit for all the good. How come no one was out cursing god when this happened to him? You can’t reduce the hard work these doctors have put in through their entire lives to get to the point where they are by attributing it to God. They went to school, studied and worked hard and that is what has brought this technology to them.

        • Allofton

          all things happen for a reason..good or bad….Dallas was given a chance to live for a reason…all the doctors are dedicated men and women..and by the grace of God they are who they are today because of their hard work and dedication to saving lives..they are all special..this is not the time nor is any time to take GOD out of the equation…

          • Scott

            Without trying to be rude I respectfully disagree and further state, God is not part of the equation and this shouldn’t be used as an excuse to bring it into the equation. You need to give credit to the hard work, intelligence and imagination of the people that have made this possible. It really is insulting to people that you attribute all of their successes to someone else real or otherwise

          • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

            My bigger question to you is *why* does the subject of ‘God’ so offend you that you feel the need to respond to the simple loving sentiment of others’ posts in such a fashion?

            If you listen to the interview with the gentleman that got the transplant, HE himself, has found inner peace by going to church and is not at all bitter over this accident.

            Now you may find him delusional – no doubt a psychic breakdown due to the trauma of what he endured – but when he says the accident WAS a blessing from God – his own words VERBATIM – where does it leave your assertion that there is NO place for a spiritual understanding of this event?

            I think a lot of people that do not see or understand in spiritual terms come across as simple, angry and shallow when they insist that there is no room for anything other than the mere physical.

            There is more to life than what you can see, taste, hear and feel.

            Try seeing God in the metaphorical terms of transcendance and illumination – literally rising above and overcoming adversity and having the knowledge to understand how it can strengthen and heal.. and all your criticisms fall by the wayside.

            Now without being rude or disrespectful, why does the *language* of the spiritual become so objectionable to you?

          • Scott

            It doesn’t offend me whatsoever. What offends me is when credit is removed from those deserving of it and assigned to something else. You are trying to suggest something I have not said.

          • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

            To imply that those who say ‘God bless..’ to this, that or the other, means somehow, that they are not giving credit to those in the situation, is STILL missing the point of the metaphorical language of the spiritual. You just seem to be ducking and dodging on *what* metaphorical/spiritual statements mean.

            There’s a BIG difference between *denotation* and *connotation*. (And I’ll give this to you: many Christians I meet have little idea of this as well, so of course they have a linear and literalist understanding of the Bible and the teachings of Jesus..) If you aren’t that connected to the inner language of the spiritual and metaphorical, it’s not anything to be disgusted by.. it’s par for the course in a culture that externalizes as much of our human experience as possible – that, after all IS best for the balance sheets – but that is another argument for another day.

            So I’ll say it: God bless those doctors. It is wonderful that they were motivated to *choose* medicine as a career choice and confident and hopeful enough of their skills to try to help Mr. Weins. By God’s grace (understand *what* is meant here..), the transplant will work. Mr. Weins will have the partial sensation returned to the parts of his face he is *hoping* for and he can once again feel his daughter’s kisses goodnight.

            That, ultimately IS what’s important here.

            So again, what does it matter ultimately if God is mentioned? Does the sentiment of the o.p. that you replied to change or is it that you approve of non-spiritual statements that ONLY are limited to the physical aspects of a situation?

            Again, to reiterate, why the beef with spiritual sentiments?

          • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

            To imply that those who say ‘God bless..’ to this, that or the other, means somehow, that they are not giving credit to those in the situation, is STILL missing the point of the metaphorical language of the spiritual. You just seem to be ducking and dodging on *what* metaphorical/spiritual statements mean.

            There’s a BIG difference between *denotation* and *connotation*. (And I’ll give this to you: many Christians I meet have little idea of this as well, so of course they have a linear and literalist understanding of the Bible and the teachings of Jesus..) If you aren’t that connected to the inner language of the spiritual and metaphorical, it’s not anything to be disgusted by.. it’s par for the course in a culture that externalizes as much of our human experience as possible – that, after all IS best for the balance sheets – but that is another argument for another day.

            So I’ll say it: God bless those doctors. It is wonderful that they were motivated to *choose* medicine as a career choice and confident and hopeful enough of their skills to try to help Mr. Weins. By God’s grace (understand *what* is meant here..), the transplant will work. Mr. Weins will have the partial sensation returned to the parts of his face he is *hoping* for and he can once again feel his daughter’s kisses goodnight.

            That, ultimately IS what’s important here.

            So again, what does it matter ultimately if God is mentioned? Does the sentiment of the o.p. that you replied to change or is it that you approve of non-spiritual statements that ONLY are limited to the physical aspects of a situation?

            Again, to reiterate, why the beef with spiritual sentiments?

          • Scott

            I didn’t actually respond to any O.P. but I do see what you are saying and for those not misdirecting credit, I have nothing to say regarding their spirituality or their wishes for the recovery of this young man. I don’t begrudge anyone their right to an opinion, I simply asked for credit to be given to the doctors. Beyond that, I would say I feel like an enlightened person myself. “There is nothing you need to do first in order to be enlightened” – Thaddeus Golas

            I’m really not a hater, nor do I feel that anyone should be disrespected for their beliefs. I do believe that everyone should be allowed to speak their minds and should do so in a respectful way. I enjoy debate for what it teaches me, not for what I might teach others. I wouldn’t be half the person I am today if it weren’t for inheriting the understanding of the metaphorical value of these teachings. The literalists can get my skin crawling at times but again, that’s not the point :)

          • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

            Were it that posters such as Smicky as enlightened and understanding as you.

            Peace.

          • Smicky

            I don’t think “offended” is the right term. Annoyed with childish non-sense for which you can offer NO SCIENTIFIC PROOF. If I were to say “thank Zeus this man got his face replaced” would it make any more sense to you? In the Christian mind set they reduce the SCIENTIFIC achievement of this procedure down to the work of Jesus but ignore the fact that according to their own dogma – it was Jesus who burned this man’s face off to begin with. Here’s what we know about the world according to Christians –

            1.) Jesus is all powerful and all knowing
            2.) Therefore he is responsible for cooking this man’s face off his head
            3.) Christians want to credit this surgery to Jesus but don’t want to hold him responsible for the injury that he (Jesus) either inflicted on the man or at the very least allowed the man to suffer. Prety sick if you ask me.

            If any of the 3 is wrong – PROVE IT.

            Religion is a disease of thought. Look what it got us on 9-11. Case closed.

          • Panchorelli

            All that you say has it’s merit. It is the Never Ending Cycle. Chicken or the Egg. Without Good (GOD) there would be no Evil (DEVIL).
            Who wrote the Bible? Man or God. Since we know it was Man and man is fallible and with Sin, what can be believed? Fear, as you state, is a powerful motivator and influence on our “Soul”.

          • Guest

            I bet you think that you have a MIND, but no one has ever seen it, touched it, smelled it, etc… Prove that you have a mind and maybe your argument will have some backing.

          • Guest

            “All things happen for a reason”. And this reason is “god”? Why not causality? You have no proof of your god or gods. Take your silly crap some where else.

          • Martina27

            We get it you don’t believe…say it again…let’s hear some more. HEY EVERYONE SMICKY DOES NOT BELIEVE IN GOD!!!

          • Martina27

            We get it you don’t believe…say it again…let’s hear some more. HEY EVERYONE SMICKY DOES NOT BELIEVE IN GOD!!!

      • bob

        have you spoken to god about his feelings. whats his phone number

      • Guest

        Silly – there is no god. You believe (out of fear of hell) in fiction. Silly boy. Do you believe in Santa too? Silly.

        • Dsdsd

          What? There’s no santa?

      • Daystop95

        u area fool by tinking that there is a god????? were is in u packet ???? why nobody ever seehim it u imaginetion myebe it a mirage

      • http://www.sunghost.com brotherbear

        I think if you ask these doctors, they’d tell you that they went to years and years of medical school to get the knowledge they have. Dallas has the strength to endure because of the strength that he creates within himself. You can be happy and appreciate the world without attributing it to an unknown being. There is no camera in the sky – we are all deputized and should be accountable only to ourselves and each other.

        Amazing job, doctors, and all who were involved.

        Also, Smicky, you can make a point without sounding like such a condescending prick.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mick-Rogers/100002115375308 Mick Rogers

    Free Will for us all , glad we have folks that develop their skillset to improve the Human Condition and hope this gentleman gets to enjoy his life , family with some degree of normalacy.

  • Anonymous

    Scott, go hate on God somewhere else. Sheesh.

    • Scott

      Yes, I reply respectfully and this is the response I get. No one can have a differing opinion or they are a hater. You do all the work for me.

      • Smicky

        Of course – “sky daddy” is always on their side so by default – you must be on the side of “ground daddy” (Satan). They’re a simple bunch these theists.

      • Smicky

        Of course – “sky daddy” is always on their side so by default – you must be on the side of “ground daddy” (Satan). They’re a simple bunch these theists.

    • Smicky

      How can one hate something that does not exist?

  • SwentheSwine

    If he got blinded, how is he looking in the mirror?

  • Wrangler53

    GOD created Man, therfore GOD is in everything my friend!

    • Smicky

      Show me scientific proof of God. Until then – your talking about fiction.

      • Tor

        It is accepted that man descended from apes, yet there is the missing link. So, explain that to me scientifically. It works both ways.

        • VoiceofReason

          No, it does not work the same both ways. I’m tired of people defending their belief in God this way because it just makes you sound more ignorant and superstitious. There several reasons why you can not make this argument. First, evolution is an observation not a theory. If you’ve ever seen a dog or eaten a banana, or worn cotton, you have observed evolution as well. These are all animals and plants that have, generation by generation been altered. The specific mechanism behind evolution has been debated, not that evolution occurred and continues to occur. Nothing is ever completely proven in science, so it is possible we got a few details wrong, but if you hold God (or at least the version most people here are likely to believe in) to the same standard, He would have been (and has been) disproven long ago.

        • VoiceofReason

          Sorry, clicked post a little too quickly. The so-called Theory of Evolution is about the mechanism of evolution, not whether or not it occurs. We know it does, just like we know the sun goes up and down every day and has for as long as the earth has circled the sun. We may not have actually witnessed it, or found direct evidence of this occurring every day between the years of say, 120,000 BC and 100,000 BC. Therefore we have a missing link of whether or not the sun circles the earth. Still, we are pretty sure it does and always has…without any debate except maybe about the mechanism of gravity and how it works in the scale of a solar system. Here’s the kicker. This is irrelevant to the discussion of the existence of God. You see science deals with the natural world while religion deals with the supernatural. They are DIFFERENT FIELDS COMPLETELY! One does not prove/disprove the other! Except when religion makes specific claims about the natural world. Those have often been proven/disproven by science. For example, the parting of the sea did occur. We found scientific evidence of that. The earth was not created a few thousand years ago. We have plenty of evidence to disprove that. Etc…

      • Alive

        Science is the proof of God’s existence because He gave us the brains to come up with all the intricate details and unknowns that is science. Sorry that you don’t know how great it feels to know such power.

        • VoiceofReason

          Do rocks prove God does not exist because they do not have brains? There is no proof of God. This does not mean He does not exist, but please stop pointing at things and saying it proves God when it doesn’t. I really wish logic (and maybe a bit of philosophy) was a required course in U.S. high schools.

    • Allofton

      perfectly stated…..

    • johnny

      Sorry but Man created god

    • Sam

      Don’t feed the trolls! aka Smicky

      His only way to get off is to start attacking peoples’ beliefs. If he is not fed, he will be impotent.

    • Sam

      Don’t feed the trolls! aka Smicky

      His only way to get off is to start attacking peoples’ beliefs. If he is not fed, he will be impotent.

    • VoiceofReason

      Only if you believe your first claim that God created man which not all of us do. Those of us who do not tend to find the idea offensive that all of man’s accomplishments are not the result of his own hard work and determination but the result of (for us) an imaginary figure that someone else wants us to believe in. It would be like when your kid hits the winning home run and the guy next to you says that the only reason he was able to do that was because Allah willed it, or Superman grabbed the ball midair and gave it an extra boost. It diminishes the accomplishment.

  • Bfiiffi

    Kiiiiind of looks like Voldemort….

  • Smicky

    To all you silly people who talk about “god” being involved here – please don’t talk about your foolishness here. Go to your church and pray to Apollo, Zeus, Christ, Allah, etc…it’s all the same, meaningless drival. Thanks.

    • SmickySmack

      I think the word you are grasping for is drivel

      • Smicky

        Pobody’s Nerfect. I think the emotion you’re trying to avoid with your silly “god” concept is “fear”. Thanks.

        • Allofton

          speaking only for myself…I have no “fear”..and that is by the grace of GOD…

          • Smicky

            All religion is founded on fear. What else could cause an otherwise sane person to flee from reason so dramatically? If not for the threat of eternal damnation you would not bother with your sill superstitions. Everything you do is done out of a fear of your “sky daddy” and how he will spank your soul when you die. Pretty simple.

          • Nurseholm

            Smicky, how old are you? 12? I do not fear God or his wrath or any other thing in life. Sounds more like you are the one who is afraid of trust or in the kindness of any humanity as all you can come forth with is anger and what sounds like a severe disgust for something which you can not explain. Just because you can’t see or explain something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs including you but I’m only curious as to why your opinion is the angriest one here. Very sad life you must have. I pity you.

          • VoiceofReason

            Gotta call foul on this one. Yes, Smicky is being…condescending. Still, I disagree with you. Atheists, at least those like me, have a greater appreciation for man’s capacities that do most people who follow God. Note how many of us here are upset at the diminishing of the doctors’ accomplishments. If you are going to be talking about God, you need to understand that people that do not believe in Him find it offensive when you diminish human achievement or even tragedy by crediting/blaming God. We are not the ones who feel that God is necessary to keep people from “sinning” or committing crimes. We believe enough in people that we feel they do not need God to do the right thing, or great things. We are the ones that are without fear. We are the ones who are brave enough to depend only on ourselves and those around us. Do not take this to mean I hate God, or the concept of Him (although I can disprove the existence of some commonly accepted versions of God), but rather I hate the implication that we are not responsible for what we do or that if we mess up we can make it all better by telling a man in a booth what we did. People, in the Earth realm, should behave as though we are on our own until there is nothing more we can do. Then, and only then, if you feel you need it should you turn to God, then or when you make it to Heaven/Nirvana/Mt. Olympus/Whatever.

          • VoiceofReason

            I disagree with this. First off, I think you are being too abrasive about this. Secondly, evidence has shown that religion is actually a device used by people to explain what they don’t understand. Not necessarily out of fear, but out of a need we have to find explanations. It was later used by political organizations, such as the various churches, along with fear tactics to control and suppress people for the power and money it represented to those at the top of the hierarchy, but that was not the primary reason people believed in God(s). It was closer to “why do we have lightning? oh, Zeus is pissed and threw it a someone.” Today it tends to be “Where do we go when we die?” or “Why should we invade Iraq?” Stuff like that.

    • Rjoy

      you poor souless atheist. I’m sorry for your useless existence.

      • VoiceofReason

        Aren’t you not supposed to judge if you believe in God?

      • Ryerson

        Just like a theist to consider someone’s life useless because they don’t adhere to your beliefs

      • Ryerson

        Just like a theist to consider someone’s life useless because they don’t adhere to your beliefs

    • Rjoy

      you poor souless atheist. I’m sorry for your useless existence.

  • Lindas

    Keep the comments on target without throwing your own adgenda in everyone! …..Great Job Doctors! Thank You for helping this man!

  • tk

    These doctors are to be commended for taking on this case and changing this young man’s future for the better. No matter who/what you give credit for this remarkable case, the ultimate result is the improvement of life which, in my humble opinion, the best thing one can hope to do during his/her lifetime.

  • Mgivoni55

    so glad that that finally there is another way to help people who have gone thru so much. Bravo

    • Mgivoni55

      you seem to like telling everyone your opinion..Just thank doctors for what they’ve done for this person(s).

    • Mgivoni55

      you seem to like telling everyone your opinion..Just thank doctors for what they’ve done for this person(s).

      • Smicky

        Yes – credit the DOCTORS. Not some made up sky daddy of whom you can offer ZERO proof

  • TL in CVille

    The doctors and the patient all deserve credit, but so does the DOD. I understand the DOD is footing the bill and that this experience will one day help our soldiers with serious facial injuries.

    • Smicky

      Not the DOD – big “socialized” health care. It works.

      • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

        Nope.. the DOD IS paying for this. (cynically, there are those that say it is why Massachusetts’ was chosen – the hospitals and MD’s there are highest-priced in the nation, so of course! the DOD can pay..).

        Socialized medicine will NEVER happen.. :-(

        The Insurance Co.s have too much riding on not letting it.

      • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

        Nope.. the DOD IS paying for this. (cynically, there are those that say it is why Massachusetts’ was chosen – the hospitals and MD’s there are highest-priced in the nation, so of course! the DOD can pay..).

        Socialized medicine will NEVER happen.. :-(

        The Insurance Co.s have too much riding on not letting it.

  • Smicky

    Why did Jesus choose to burn his face off? Isn’t it a sin to fix his face seeing as Jesus wanted him all burned up?

    • Jordan

      Wow, the Lord spares this man’s life from this electrical shock, which completely transforms this man’s heart (so much that he’s thankful for the event). Then the Lord provides the opportunity for surgery for an entire new face. This is nothing but an an act of grace. Everybody looks at pain as such a horrid thing, but its through pain that people truly grow.

      • VoiceofReason

        That’s pretty twisted, man. If that is what God is like, I want nothing to do with Him.

  • Erock084

    I agree with brotherbear, also smicky is a condescending prick.

  • http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119094/ brotherbear

    I would like to thank Nic Cage and John Travolta for revolutionizing this concept.

    • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

      LOL!

    • http://twitter.com/foodandart deborah Terreson

      LOL!

  • MCheco

    HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY CAN BE MORE HAPPY NOW. THANKS TO THE DOCTORS AND EVERY BODY ELSE THAT ARE PART OF THE SURGERY IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER. GREAT FUTURE AND A VERY HAPPY LIFE.

  • MCheco

    HOPE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY CAN BE MORE HAPPY NOW. THANKS TO THE DOCTORS AND EVERY BODY ELSE THAT ARE PART OF THE SURGERY IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER. GREAT FUTURE AND A VERY HAPPY LIFE.

  • Anonymous

    Scott, you started out respectful, but you have grown increasingly hostile. Take your hostility somewhere else. This is a story about one man’s courage. Get lost.

    • Scott

      CathCoy, I’ve remained entirely respectful in all my responses. You may be confusing me with others posting here. I simply asked for the doctors to be given credit for their hard work. I believe everyone has the right to their own opinion and I believe in good conversation and debate as it fuels knowledge. Your responses appear much more hostile than mine. Can you show me where you believe I’ve been hostile at all?

      • Anonymous

        Again, this is not about your issues with your Maker. It’s about a specific man’s tremendous courage and the physicians, gifted by God with extraordinary talents, who treated him.

        • Ryerson

          You seem to be quite angry yourself. You’re accusing Scott of being increasingly hostile yet it doesn’t appear he’s been hostile at all. Having a differing viewpoint from you hardly seems reason to be telling someone to get lost. If you live by your religion as much as you appear to, you should really be much more respectful yourself

      • Anonymous

        Again, this is not about your issues with your Maker. It’s about a specific man’s tremendous courage and the physicians, gifted by God with extraordinary talents, who treated him.

    • Scott

      CathCoy, I’ve remained entirely respectful in all my responses. You may be confusing me with others posting here. I simply asked for the doctors to be given credit for their hard work. I believe everyone has the right to their own opinion and I believe in good conversation and debate as it fuels knowledge. Your responses appear much more hostile than mine. Can you show me where you believe I’ve been hostile at all?

  • Anonymous

    Scott, you started out respectful, but you have grown increasingly hostile. Take your hostility somewhere else. This is a story about one man’s courage. Get lost.

  • Cat

    I want to look like Gadaffi ,CAN you help me out?

  • Cat

    I want to look like Gadaffi ,CAN you help me out?

  • Kub

    I’m a Buddhist.

    So where does this leave me in this discussion regarding god?

    Amazing brian power went into this advancement. I hope this leads to better resolutions for cleft and other facial deformities.

  • Mr C

    This is Fantastic news, it really is. I wish the best for him :).
    However, with that being said why have not Scientist and surgeons worked on Allogeneic Testicular Transplant.?

  • the _news_sucks

    Did this guy attempt to Takae that new Drug CHARLIE SHEEN ?

    • HAHA

      He just needs a bit of tiger blood.

  • The missing link

    Is this a chat room? I must have taken a wrong turn and opened this door by mistake. E-Harmony? I just want to say great job to the surgeons that made this possible in the US. Wether this young man has found god or the money under a cushion that can pay for this (someone has to pay for this) It doesnt realy matter. What matters is the progress made. Where else (other country) has this been accomplished? Oh and, uhm, call me if your single (if this is that room)

  • The missing link

    Is this a chat room? I must have taken a wrong turn and opened this door by mistake. E-Harmony? I just want to say great job to the surgeons that made this possible in the US. Wether this young man has found god or the money under a cushion that can pay for this (someone has to pay for this) It doesnt realy matter. What matters is the progress made. Where else (other country) has this been accomplished? Oh and, uhm, call me if your single (if this is that room)

  • Anonymous

    I agree, The missing link. Great job to the surgeons who made this possible. Absolutely RUDE of anyone to make the issue about anything else.

    • Ryerson

      Absolutely laughable that you now purport to take the high road after throwing your weight around below

  • French Canadian Woman

    HaHa!!

    I understand what you are saying and truly agree with you!! Believe in yourself and you will achieve great things in life. Stop putting everything in Gods or whoevers hands everyone can do anything they want-to many people depend on others- specially on God to provide for them…

    French Woman fr Montreal

    • Jamie

      “The fool says in his heart, ‘There is no God.’ ” Psalm 14:1 “In Him we live and move and have our being.” Acts 17:28 God is the source of all life and truth, and has revealed Himself in the person of Jesus Christ. Human beings are imperfect – therefore to believe in oneself is foolish. Only God is completely perfect, all powerful and all knowing. I pray that you will come to know the God who loves you and gave His Son for you. Just the fact that Dallas is alive is a miracle – believing in himself didn’t save him from being killed in that accident.

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