Confronting the Storms of Life

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Xulon Press, Aug 1, 2004 - Religion - 176 pages
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Confronting the Storms of Life; is a book that clearly speaks the heart of a Counselor. This is a book for anyone as it deals with what affects an average person irrespective of faith and belief. It builds the faith of the believers to where they can just hold on to God; when there seems not to be any answer to their questions. It provides a comfort for the present and a vision of hope for tomorrow even when conditions appear intractable, hopeless or even terminal. Non-Christians will find it a valuable introduction to God and Jesus Christ. They will hopefully feel the power of God and the grace of Jesus. It will hopefully serve as an invitation for coming into the family of God, through Jesus Christ. The author confronts issues from a practical life experience. His admonitions are thoughtful, insightful, honest and unvarnished. This is a book that will strengthen the weak; comfort the discomforted; lift up the down-hearted; and put a new spirit in the readers' walk and relationship with God. The subtitled, in words and spirit is a catalyst for Finding Comfort in Times of Need, to those who believe.
 

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Contents

Introduction
ix
God will make a way for you
45
It is the bend and not the end
71
Turning Obstacles into Miracles
119
Confronting the Storms of Life
143
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About the author (2004)

Samuel Daniels, M.D., is the president and C.E.O. of North General Hospital in New York City and an assistant professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. In 2000 he was recognized by "New York Magazine" as one of New York's best physicians. He lives in New York City. Vernon A. Williams is the Indianapolis bureau chief for Gary Info Newspapers. He is also the career-technical supervisor for the Indianapolis public schools. His work has appeared in the "Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Herald, " and "Crains Chicago Business." He lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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