Hebrew 2:9-18, Hebrews 4:15-16
I read a story this week about a seven-year-old boy named Jimmy who had to have his left arm amputated due to an accident. As you might expect, learning how to adjust to his new situation was very difficult.
Before he returned to school, Jimmy’s teacher wanted to help his classmates to understand how difficult the normal activities of life were for Jimmy. So one morning she told the other students in the class to keep one arm behind their back and do everything else for the day, including recess … with just one hand.