Tomorrow's Promise

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WestBow Press, Apr 30, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
When Mary Elizabeth Robinson lost her mother, father, and brother, her life changed forever. To those not blessed with a faith-filled heart, the events might seem tragic and unimaginable. But Tomorrows Promise is a story of struggle turned to triumph. Marys faith in God revealed to her an amazing power at a pivotal time in her life, offering her comfort in a moment of supreme challenge.

There are times in our lives when God is right in front of us. Most people will never experience His presence or comprehend that life never ends until they face their own death. Marys story is a powerful testament to faith and its impact on our life, death, and resurrection.

 

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Contents

The Final Goodbye
1
My Dysfunctional Family
19
Restoration
37
Heaven Miraculously Unfolds
61
All Power Cannot Be Seen
85
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About the author (2010)

The wonderment and curiosity of this life and the journey that follows after death started for me at the age of twelve after watching my mother painfully suffer and die from cancer. She was a devote Catholic and her passion for her faith was a backdrop for all of her children. It served me well. Little did I know twenty seven years after her passing I would discover a profound blessing so powerfully moving, it would change my life forever and become my purpose. The emotional pain of losing a parent, especially a loving and nurturing mother, brought an enormous shift into my life. I was too young to understand or see the forces behind it all. For so many years I focused on my broken heart, but immediately after this huge hole opened up, I was fiercely obsessed with where and if our souls continue on like promised in the Bible. Was there a tomorrow? Did my mother now reside in heaven? I was taught and learned about heaven and a life of eternity. My faith and hope in God allowed me to believe nothing else. She was in heaven and watched over my like an angel.

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