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Embraced by the Light Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20, My Special Angel Summary

Betty Eadie
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Chapter 20, My Special Angel Summary and Analysis

A year after the visit to the doctor, Ms. Eadie got a phone call from her sister. A couple of alcoholics were expecting a child. As one child had already been taken from there home, an adoptive family was being sought for this one as well, but they were having difficulties due to the fact that the baby was Native American, and they wanted a Native American family to take her. Ms. Eadie, and her family agreed to take the child.

The baby was with Ms. Eadie and her family for ten months. The baby was then adopted and taken to another state. Ms. Eadie missed the baby desperately and wanted her returned, something she prayed for often. Finally, realizing the baby would not be returned, after three months Ms. Eadie's prayer turned to one of hope for the...

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