Moore likes the big, flat rock at Brazos del Dios, the Halls’ newly created family cemetery. It is a comfortable place for Moore to go because he knows Miss Debbie is there with him. The family dedicates the cemetery in May, and it is a beautiful spring day for which Moore thanks God. About fifty people attend the ceremony, most of whom are the same people who attended Deborah’s funeral in November. Everyone sings for a while and then spend some time talking about God’s faithfulness to them during this heavy time of mourning and grieving.
Moore feels as if God has given him...
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