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“He hath done all things well” (Mark 7:37). David Gibbs Jr. recounts the story of his mother’s impossible work, a nearly-unbelievable story about the way someone who couldn’t do anything did a great work in the kingdom. Her response to the dreaded disease of polio taught David the life lesson of giving thanks in everything and escaping what should be dreaded even more: murmuring and complaining. He conveys the power that flows from “the secret place of the Most High” in a message that will challenge and inspire you not only to be eternally thankful to an eternally good God but also to realize what He can do when we learn to cooperate with Him. He does all things well. He is all-powerful. He will make a way.