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Cindy Herzner thought she would never see her class ring again. When she was a senior at Phoenix, Arizona’s Trevor Browne High School in 1985, she saved her money for six months to buy the ring. Six months after she bought it, she lost it. She thought it was gone for good. Twenty six years later, she got a call from Sandy Neuhaus of Dyersville, Iowa who found the ring buried in her backyard. Neither one of them know how it got there. The two had never met before and Herzner had never even been to Iowa. It is still a mystery how the ring made its way to a backyard in Iowa, but it doesn’t matter now. What was lost was found. Herzner said, “The coolest thing was that the ring came just two days before my 44th birthday—it is like the best present you could ever get from someone you’ve never met.”

Her joy in finding what was lost reminds me of the joy in heaven when what was lost is found

--Arizona Republic, (Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011) Illustration by Jim L. Wilson and David Johnson

Luke 15:7 (HCSB) “I tell you, in the same way, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over 99 righteous people who don’t need repentance.”

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