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June 06, 2017

More Than Just A Key

My name is Jonee, and I received a giving key that says FEARLESS on it at an conference for my church organization. I was having a bad day because I had the stress of my mom having surgery back at home hanging over my head.

I was walking down the hall to the restroom and something told me to say hey to this guy walking past me. I didn't know what to say at first, but then I noticed he had a Giving Key on. I asked him what it said and he said it has the word FEARLESS imprinted on it. I then laughed and said that I'd always wanted a Giving Key that said Fearless. Without hesitation he took it off, put it on me, and said "Here, now it's yours." Then he hugged me, asked what my name is, and then walked away.

I was speechless! I don't even think I said thank you to him. I remember going into the restroom with a gigantic smile on my face and crying. Getting that key meant the world to me. I'd always struggled with anxiety and depression. I used to cut myself and I was suicidal. God brought me out of that, but before that happened, I was anxious about my future and fearful that I couldn't walk into the promises God had for me. Receiving that key was confirmation that I will walk into the promises God has for me and I will be a world-changer.

That guy gave me more than just a key. He gave me hope and new vision. And I don't even know his name. 

-Jonee

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