“I Am There” by James Dillet Freeman

It was 1947 when James Dillet Freeman heard the words that would inspire his most beloved and widely known poem, “I Am There.” His wife Katherine was in the hospital after undergoing surgery for cancer. It was a time of deep personal need, Freeman recalled. “I was in great anguish of spirit.” When the doctors told him Katherine had terminal cancer, he left the hospital...
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