Friday, November 23, 2012

The Real Chinese "Hobbit" Is a Miracle of God

A new movie called "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is set for release in a few weeks. No doubt it will be a success at the box office.

Hobbits are not real of course. If they were, someone would get sued for causing the little people to be abnormal. In "real life," God does not make mistakes. But sometimes Nature does.

This 14-year-old Chinese boy was nicknamed "The Hobbit" because of the congenital deformity of his feet.

Xiao Meng with his father at a doctor's visit

Yesterday was Thanksgiving in the U.S. And although this young boy is from China, I give thanks that God gave his doctors the intelligence to be His hands and work His miracles here on earth.

No lawsuit here. Just an attempt to make this young boy's life a little more bearable, a little more normal. A chance for him to walk to school without the unbearable pain and the stares from onlookers.

I do not know the outcome of Xiao Meng's surgically corrective surgery, but I hope his doctors were successful. God bless the Chinese Hobbit Boy. May he have more success than the box office Hobbit.


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