Trip to pool becomes life-saving decision
Roy Jefferson, a first lieutenant in the Air Force, gave the breath of life to a 4-year-old girl who nearly drowned at a Mount Pleasant swimming pool Friday.
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#1 Jun 8, 2011
God orders our steps. It was not by chance that Lt. Jefferson who teaches CPR decided that he needed to relax and went along with his family to the pool that day. I thank God that He used Lt. Jefferson to spare her life. I am forever grateful to God, and Lt. Jefferson, that she is still alive.
#2 Jun 10, 2011
Okay, if God orders our steps then did he not want her to drown in the first place? How can God be credited for everything good, but not take any blame when there is so much bad??? Maybe God wanted her to die and now he's mad at Lt. Jefferson.
#3 Apr 17, 2012
God has a plan for everyone. Whether its someone dying or someone being saved. How can someone say God wanted that baby to die. If it was ment to be she would be in his arms instead of her familys. It sounds like Lt.Jefferson is a hero.
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