Bloom Where You Are Planted: Hope for the Challenges of Arthritis

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AuthorHouse, May 9, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages

Have you ever suffered the pain and stiffness of Arthritis?  When you sit or lie down do you dread the thought of trying to get up again?  Have you ever reached the point when you wondered why God didn’t intercede or alleviate the horrible agony?  You’ve prayed many times but why didn’t Jesus answer your prayers?

The content of this book expands on living with the challenges of Arthritis, including the physical, mental and spiritual aspects.

Dynamic solutions to daily encountered arthritic problems are addressed in a simplified manner. They will help you to resolve and overcome the fear and discouragement that are so prevalent in this debilitating disease.

Keep in mind this extraordinary fact!  God Created You! You are unique and there is no one else on this earth like you. He created you for a very special purpose—to bring glory, praise and honor to His holy name.

It is through His mercy and grace that you have within you all the talents and abilities that are needed to survive.  Whatever devastating situation or circumstance you may encounter in life, maintain a strong grip of faith in the Lord.  Even though you cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel at the moment it doesn’t mean that He isn’t there.  If you keep your trust in Jesus He will see you through each storm because He truly is in control.

By accepting Jesus as Lord and Savior and completely surrendering your heart, mind, body and soul to Him, He will use you according to His will.  Regardless of the pain and suffering He will carry you through the journey of life and much to your amazement, and His enjoyment, you will “Bloom Where You Are Planted”, and see His mighty miracles of love working through you to help someone else.  If you trust and obey Jesus there is no reason at all to fear!

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About the author (2006)

Julian Ann Kiser was born and raised on a farm in Upper Tract, West Virginia. The family had very little cash flow, but an abundance of love, joy and peace.

Her vocational experiences include library assistant, secretary to an attorney, dental assistant, executive secretary at Fairmont State College, Fairmont, WV, and for the past twenty-five years has been Medical Records Director at Pendleton Nursing Home, Franklin, WV.

She is an avid fan of Southern Gospel Music and enjoys attending Bill Gaither Homecoming Concerts, National Quartet Conventions, and the annual World Premiere Gospel Concert at Pigeon Forge, TN.

Over the years she has written, produced, and directed many Christmas plays for area churches and the nursing home where she is presently employed.

Active in civic and church organizations she served as 4-H leader, Boy Scout leader, church youth leader, and for ten years was president of her church.

Reading, creative writing, cooking, singing off-key, renewing old acquaintances and meeting new folks are elements that add to her enjoyment.

In humbleness and sincerity, she reaches out to others encouraging and serving them along life’s pathway.  The loves of her life are Jesus Christ, her family, and friends.

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