Aggie: A Story of Reconciliation, Hope, Encouragement and Destiny
'Can I help you?' I asked as I opened the door just wide enough for him to see my face. 'It's not you who can help me but I who can help you,' he replied. There were all kinds of things going through my mind. I wanted to just shut the door so I could go back to wallowing in my guilt and shame. But for some reason, I found myself talking to this man. There was something different about him. It's still hard to explain, but it was like I had known him all my life, but I had never seen this man before. So I opened the door. 'Would you like to come in?' Travis thought his life was over. His wife had left him and taken his daughter. His addictions kept him enslaved. But just when he thinks he has hit rock bottom, the mysterious Aggie shows up at his door. Will this stranger's grace be enough to lead Travis along the painful path through brokenness into recovery? As Travis finds himself compelled to trust Aggie, he begins to wonder just who this man is and whether he is truly human after all.
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