Dr. Viola G. Thompkins talks about her latest book "From Possum Corner to Russia and Around the World" From Possum Corner to Russia and Around the World is an accurate account of a woman’s life and true testimony of taking God at His Word.
Viola Garvin Thompkins, born on December 16, 1936, in a little place called Possum Corner, weighing only three and one-half pounds. Ice was on the ground. The well was frozen over, and every adverse condition existed, including trouble with the delivery, no doctors for miles away, no car, just a horse and a wagon. In that room was a praying mother and midwife.
Three months later, Viola was not expected to live and was placed in a room referred to as “the shed room” to die. The doctor gave her mother medicine to put in her mouth, so she would not feel like she was doing nothing. The third day, Viola’s fingers moved, and her mother picked her up and started to find a doctor. Many times, she was not expected to live.
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