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"I am not going to apologize for speaking the
name of Jesus. I will take it. If my friends have
to become my enemies for me to be with my
best friend, Jesus, then that's fine with me. I
always knew being a Christian means having
enemies, but I never thought that my 'friends'
were going to be those enemies."

Rachel was a student at Columbine High School
on the day two students opened fire in the
school. One gunman asked her if she still
believed in God. She looked him in the eye and
said yes, she still believed. He asked her why,
but he didn't let her answer before killing her.

Rachel Scott passed her test, and because she
did, her light reached beyond her school to
around the world. Long before the test came,
Rachel expressed her willingness to give her all
for Christ. The words from her journal, written
exactly one year before her death, tell about her
commitment: "I am not going to hide the light
that God has put into me. If I have to sacrifice
everything, I will."

"In the same way let your light shine before men,
that they may see your good works and praise
your Father in Heaven." MATTHEW 5:16
Let us count the cost and bear the cross. For
richer will be the crown and sweeter will be the
heaven! Sister Rachel's life is a challenge to

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