Orissa Girl Thanks God for Surviving

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Christmas is a time for giving and this year, one Indian girl received a gift she'll never forget.

Ten-year-old Namrata Nayak survived a wave of violence against Christians in Orissa last summer, but much of her face was burned and disfigured.

She spent 45 days in the hospital after a bomb planted by militant Hindus exploded in her house.

Still, Namrata says she's thanking Jesus for giving her life and after several surgeries, she is recovering well.

She attended a recent Christmas party held by the Global Council of Indian Christians in Bangalore.

Namrata said she forgives her attackers and wants to be a preacher when she grows up so she can share Jesus with her enemies.

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