Alone Yet Not Alone

Quadriplegic, Joni Eareckson Tada with limited lung capacity due to her disability, had her husband, Ken, pushing on her diaphragm while she recorded the song to give her enough breath to hit the high notes.

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    • Thank you for your Comment, One thing I know for sure the only thing we take with us when we pass from this life is what we have done for Jesus. May this New Year of 2015 bring you Blessings.

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    • Thank you for your Comment, One thing I know for sure the only thing we take with us when we pass from this life is what we have done for Jesus. May this New Year of 2015 bring you Blessings.

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