Prisoner No More by Kathryn Shuburt

Repacking his shaving bag, he noticed his answering machine light was blinking. He walked over and pushed the play message button. “Oh, Josh. Oh God, Josh! There’s been a terrible accident, Josh. I couldn’t find your cell number. Oh God, Josh, they are dead. I am so so sorry…I don’t know what to say or…

51VcZ-d+1+L._SX329_BO1,204,203,200_Repacking his shaving bag, he noticed his answering machine light was blinking. He walked over and pushed the play message button. “Oh, Josh. Oh God, Josh! There’s been a terrible accident, Josh. I couldn’t find your cell number. Oh God, Josh, they are dead. I am so so sorry…I don’t know what to say or do. I’m just so sorry…”

His knees buckled, and he sat down on the couch, staring at the machine. “No, No!” he screamed. “No, God. No, you can’t do this.”

Joshua Peyton had been taught to never question God; however, when his life turned to utter chaos, he had nowhere to turn, and the God he had always trusted in seemed to have forgotten him. Dealing with the torment of the unknown and terrible losses, he contemplated taking his own life. Joshua wasn’t aware of what God was about to do or where he was taking him.

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Repacking his shaving bag, he noticed his answering machine light was blinking. He walked over and pushed the play message button. “”Oh, Josh. Oh God, Josh! There’s been a terrible accident, Josh. I couldn’t find your cell number. Oh God, Josh, they are dead. I am so so sorry…I don’t know what to say or do. I’m just so sorry…

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