Coming Through the Fog: One Woman's Spiritual Journey

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Wheatmark, Inc., 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 120 pages
Can we remember a time before we were born, when we were in the presence of the highest power in the universe? Does God make his existence known to those who open themselves to him? Coming Through the Fog explores these questions and many others through stories the author has kept private for nearly fifty years.

After losing her son WJ to sudden infant death syndrome in 1985, Debra Lynn Heddon became overwhelmed by encounters so bizarre she feared she might be losing her mind. Mystical clues, scattered like breadcrumbs, presented themselves for her to follow.

Anyone seeking evidence that a higher power is at work in our lives will rejoice in Debbie's compelling account of loss, love, and grace.

 

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Contents

Chapter Four Uncomfortable Occurrences
15
Chapter Seven Europe
30
Chapter Ten Coming Through the Fog
46
Chapter Thirteen Doors Flying Open
59
Chapter Sixteen Being Free to Love and Let Go
72
Chapter Twenty The Rest of the Journey
89
Chapter Twentythree Did We Make a Deal?
102
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