And I Held Her Hand: A Testimony of His Love

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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A young boy and a young girl would sense a call to serve God but lose their way in their teenage and young adult years. God in His mercy had set a date in time when these two would meet on a blind date. They would carry loneliness and pain into this budding relationship but what had been instilled in the young woman would direct them back to God's planned pathway. This is a story of young love that struggles to find the way as the past and present intertwine ushering in the issues of life's challenges. There is a gradual, but continual change in priorities as the blessing of their relationship with each other and God grows despite the trials that come their way. It becomes clear to them that the God they serve is involved in their lives. This recognition brings a walk of obedience. The gifts of greater faith and trust in God are received as He reveals His desire for a deeper, more intimate walk with them. Your faith, trust and conception of God will be challenged and enriched by this testimony of two lives walked with the Master!

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Your concept of God will be challenged by this testimony. God is in control of all things and what He has done in the past He continues to do now. He is unchanged. He will intervene and create for His ... Read full review


Foreword And I Held Her Hand
In The Beginning 1011U Chapter 2 The Courtship Chapter 3 Before The Children OUlll
Comfort Zones Begin To Unravel
A Spiritual Course
Elijahs Brook Chapter 8 The Good The Bad The Ugly
Our Faith Is Tried
Another Generation
Death In A Desert Place
Conclusion Faith Hope And Trust

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At 62 years of age there has developed a storehouse of glorious victories, trials and tribulations that demand sharing that others may come to know they are not alone in their walk. Learning to sit at the feet of the Master (Jesus) and to be taught by God's Spirit defines the lifetime of experiences related in "And I Held Her Hand". My perception of situations, circumstances and challenges had to be made subject to God's ways through trust, faith and obedience. Through this process He revealed to me His desire that none should perish. He also revealed His truth that sets us free to follow Him. From the time I received a call to serve the Lord at the age of 14 and accepted it, His unseen hand constantly interacted with me. God never forsook me nor did He turn away from me. I would find myself being guided to a proper walk in the light even when I had caused myself to become shrouded in darkness. Learning to recognize God's hand moving on my behalf, asking for forgiveness when necessary and thanking Him for being my God brought an increase in who I was as a person. I found my way through loneliness to a beautiful relationship with Him and the woman that he blessed me with for 38 years. That intimate relationship continues today and is attested to in this testimony of His love for all who will come to Him. I now reside in Texas raising three grandchildren. Early retirement has addressed the present situation in my life. I continue to heal from the sorrow and loneliness that accompany the loss of a loved one. God's healing presence is nurturing my spirit, comforting my soul and strengthening my body.

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