Listener Stories Encourage others by sharing your story here. A Comfort in the End Laurel My 31-year-old daughter was very ill and at Ft Wayne Lutheran Hospital back on Jan 6, 2017 after battling many years with drugs. Staff from the hospital had taken me to a private room to advise she wasn't going to make it. I told the staff I wanted her to just be comfortable in the short time she had left. I went back to her room about 30 minutes later and the whole atmosphere had changed, and she looked so peaceful. I went up to sit by her bed and noticed the staff had turned on WBCL and the speaker was beside her head, so she could hear it. Every song that played during the last 2 hours of her life brought me so much comfort and even though she never 'came to,' I firmly believe she could hear it. It brought me so much comfort that they were playing WBCL.God's Blessings Misty Two years ago, I found out that my husband of 8 years was having an affair with a married coworker. It turned out that they got pregnant while we were married. I was devastated; we had no children of our own, although, I begged God for them. I wanted to end my life. I had no idea how God could make this any better, but like our God always does, He did. I began counseling and more importantly began depending on God for every breath. It was very hard and at times I thought that the pain would kill me. God showed me what I was made of. I drive a lot for work and I have WBCL on and it seemed that when I needed a song it came on. My favorite is Mended by Matthew West. There were so many days where I would cry and scream out to God between appointments. Eventually I would feel His peace throughout the heartache. I learned so much about myself and learned that I was co-dependent on my narcissistic husband, even though he was very abusive. He made me believe that everything was my fault and that he did nothing wrong. I never wanted to lose my family. I did everything I could and more to make things work out but that was not Gods plan for my life. "What is the worst thing that could happen to you?" Faye I have been married for 41 years, I am a mother to 4 and a grandma to 8. My husband and I have been missionaries for 20 years in Africa. In 2002, we were missionaries in the Central African Republic. We were robbed in our home (for the second time!) at gunpoint. They had an AK47 at my head, my son's and my husband's. When we came back to the States, I had PTSD and received counseling from a wonderful Christian counselor. But, in the midst of all that, WBCL had a speaker that said, "What is the worst thing that could happen to you?" I immediately was transported back to that day of the robbery some 11 months before, thinking, "We could have been killed or captured." His answer, "Eternal separation from God." That is the phrase that throughout all my counseling sessions kept coming back to me. Not only is that a definite truth in my life, it got me thinking about things like, "Am I better than God that I can't forgive these people?" It was definitely a turning point in my healing. I listen to WBCL daily. The songs inspire me, comfort me, teach me, calm me. Thank you for being such a constant encourager to me.Thankful for WBCL Denise I have been married for 32 years. We have 4 children, 8 grandchildren and another grandchild coming in July. I listen to WBCL on my way to work and on the way home and it makes my day so much more fulfilling. I love the Lord but then we have this thing called flesh that gets in our path with life struggles and listening to WBCL during the week helps me stay on the right path toward our Great Lord and Savior. Thank you, WBCL, for all you do!