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Tested by Fire

by Merrill Womach

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When he awoke on the morning of Thanksgiving Day, 1961, Merrill Womach was a handsome, vibrant man actively engaged in his growing music business, much in demand as a concert singer, adored by his lovely wife and three young children. by early afternoon, a devastating plane accident had badly burned his body and totally destroyed his face, forever altering the direction and purpose of his life and that of his wife Virginia. As difficult as it was to accept at first, the Womachs knew "God's plan is best. He was still alive and working in our lives." Tested By Fire is the incredible true story of Merrill's excruciating physical agony during a fourteen-year-long period of over fifty operations, and of Virginia's torment as she nursed her husband back to health and acceptance and held their small family together.
  BethanyBible | Feb 3, 2010 |
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