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Rhonda Pauls was described as having the biggest heart by her sister and that's why she got Day 4 of Undercover Valentine.

Pauls was nominated by her sister, who said:

"Rhonda is the epitome of selflessness! Her heart is so big! Her desire is to serve Jesus the best way she can, by serving others . . . Rhonda is a listener, someone who cares deeply and carries your burdens to Jesus alongside you . . . Rhonda serves my family and I far more than I could ever imagine. She would drop anything to help me. Rhonda serves in church on a more than regular basis. Rhonda is an incredible aunt to my kids, spoils them, prayers for them, looks after them, is at every sporting/church/school event of theirs and wouldn't miss them for the world. Rhonda even took a week of her vacation to fly out to visit us (we lived in Alberta for a while) sothat my hubby and I could go away on a week vacation to celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary and never expected anything in return . . . Rhonda tries to keep $5 gift cards in her car so when she sees someone in need she has something to give them. Rhonda is someone who deserves a little extra blessing and a reminder that she is loved unconditionally and is extremely special."

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