A Whole New Life - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

Price mustered the nerve to abandon his pride and asked his cousin Marcia Bennett if he could stay with her and her physician husband, Paul, while he recovered. Marcia stayed with him two weeks before they drove to her home in Goldsboro, NC. Paul was on a missionary trip to Asia for a month. Price could take showers and shave but beyond that, he needed assistance. Price and Marcia enjoyed each other's company, often reading to each other from the Bible.

Price took up his boyhood hobby of drawing. At Marcia's urging, he drew pictures of his vision of his encounter with Jesus at Lake Kinnereth. Over the next several years, Price would draw dozens of sketches of Jesus and that encounter and other renderings of Him. The drawings held much meaning for Price. He began to pray and connect with...

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