The Fragile Heart

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Xulon Press, 2009 - Religion - 60 pages
The Fragile Heart was written during the most difficult trials of my life. I lost three children, was diagnosed with Chrons disease, and lost my job after working in a career for more than ten years. Anyone who has ever had to deal with difficult circumstances that have caused heartbreak can identify with the excruciating pain and hardship it can bring. During those times, it was an uphill struggle to find comfort and peace of mind again. In this book, we will talk about how to experience comfort, deliverance, but most of all, a complete healing through the Love and Word of God. I pray that this book touches and ministers to your heart, and that you find solace in knowing that, while going through difficult times, you are not alone and God can heal your broken and fragile heart. After reading this book, I was inspired to serve the Lord even more vigorously. Having known Shelly for years, I have seen the growth in her life and was very impressed with the way that she put her experiences into words. The Fragile Heart is a must read not only for Christians but for everyone who needs encouragement and understanding during trying times. -Pastor Warner Bradby Shelly and her husband, Damon, make their residence in Maryland with their four-year-old daughter, Hannah. They fellowship at Glorious Trinity Apostolic Faith Holiness Church in Baltimore where Shelly serves as a missionary, Sunday school teacher, choir director, and youth leader. Before being called to serve in ministry in 2008, Shelly worked in property management for 10 years. She and her staff were recognized for their achievements and won many awards. In her spare time, Shelly sings with her family singing group, "The Allen Family." Most of all, Shelly enjoys spending time with her family.

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