Diagnosed as totally deaf at the age of 18 months, Sue Thomas nevertheless went on to a successful career in the FBI. Her exploits were dramatized in the popular TV series, "Sue Thomas F.B. Eye." As an international speaker, Sue has shared the story of God's power to use her mightily in spite of tremendous obstacles.
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Wow, I can so relate to her story. I'm not deaf but I totally understand what she went through in her life. Her life seemed to reflect the loneliness and despair that I felt for most of my life. I was adopted from Korea, raised in in an all american white society that didn't know how to accept people that were different. I have felt lonely most of my life. If it wasn't my faith in God and his abundance of grace, mercy, and forgiveness, I would have been dead a long time ago. I still struggle with loneliness but I also know God is, has, and will always be there for me. He is my rock!
This talk was so inspirational! God gives gifts to us sometimes we want to throw away but look how He can use it for His Glory. Following Christ is NOT easy in the present world but His yolk is easy and His burden is light. Watch this in it's entirety it is worth it!
We watched this as a family and although there is never great excitement among the young adults about watching a documentary-type film, we all appreciated what she shared. I think there is something there everyone can identify with and learn from. Although she has a serious message to communicate, she does so with a great sense of humor! All of us laughed with her. I love to see how God uses situations in each of our lives to teach us and bring Him glory! I plan to watch it a second time to let the message sink in a bit more:)
It was both interesting and depressing at the same time. It was depressing to think of the hardships she endured as a child and it was interesting up to a point to see how she overcame those adversities; but, I would have liked to have heard more about her work with the FBI and the TV show.
I have been watching the inspiring story of Sue Thomas, FBI/Eye and stumbled on her Nothing But The Truth testimony. It is inspirational and life changing. Take the time (55 minutes) to watch. You won't be disappointed.
A great testimony from a lady who hurt for too many years, carrying bitterness in her soul, she readily reveals. It is what God does for her that is the most important. A true witness to God's Scripture Truth.
What an intensely powerful message that I aim to hear again and share! A testimony that is shared in such raw honesty that it is breath taking at moments. There are many including myself years ago that proclaim they are a Christian yet, has each genuinely layed his/her earthly life down in humbleness at the foot of the cross? Has each totally surrendered their life to Jesus? Acknowledging the definition of "Lord" first, is Christ Jesus truly their Lord? This degree of comprehension grows, oftentimes at an excruciating crossroad of choice...in the darkest night of the soul. How often is it truly the darkest before the dawn? Such a moment of choice...To "sacrifice' one's fleshly pride in broken humbleness before our Lord, choosing His will above ours in obedience. 'Then Jesus said to the Jews who believed in Him, " If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth will set you free." John 8:31-32 Seeking genuine heartfelt inspiration for raw honesty to improve your relationship with Christ? Look no further!