God Is Alive!: True Stories of God’S Active Presence in Our Lives
iUniverse, Sep 2, 2011 - Religion - 216 pages
God is always up to something. Days, weeks, or months may pass without us being aware that God is at work in the ordinary stuff of our livesin hidden and mysterious ways, as well as in perfectly obvious and unmistakable ways. God is Alive! presents a collection of personal stories that illustrate how God is really at work in todays world. Shared by members of the Pilgrim Covenant Church in Granby, Connecticut, the stories reveal true, everyday encounters with God through personal trials, private journeys, uncanny events, unexpected blessings, special signs, and miraculous comfort in times of pain. God is Alive! includes a diverse offering of beyond-coincidence experiences that reflect common themes of new hope and healing, uplifted spirits, and peace that passes understandingall blessings from a living God. From momentous occasions to seemingly insignificant events, God is Alive! communicates the redemptive presence of God. The stories demonstrate Gods unmistakable love, providential care, and gentle hand in every part of our lives.
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