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Two Good Things That Happened to Me Today

July 9, 2020 • Pastor George Borghardt

July 9, 2002 Sophia, my daughter, was born! She was born with a rare genetic disorder and was told she would never amount to anything, and that she would only live a year. She turns 18 today! Sophia is proof that everyday is a gift from God. She, like you, has been baptized and confirmed. Christ died and rose for her and lives for her just like He died and rose for you and me. The other good thing that happened on this day is the 20th anniversary of my ordination. A blessed Sophia’s birthday to you! Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier City, Louisiana and president of the youth organization Higher Things, Inc. If you have questions or topics that you'd like discussed on Higher Things Video Shorts, email them to info@higherthings.org. ------ To support the work of Higher Things, give today at https://higherthings.org/giving Join the conversation on Social Media: - http://facebook.com/higherthings - http://twitter.com/higherthings - http://instagram.com/higherthings ------ Sounds used: Ship's Bell - Mike Koenig at SoundBible.com

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