Valley of Healing

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Xulon Press, 2008 - Religion - 212 pages
The author experienced a diagnosis of breast cancer in January, 2007. Through the subsequent healing process, the idea of this devotional journal took shape. The initial hurdle to be managed was the overwhelming fear that such a diagnosis brings. The same could happen with any traumatic experience in our lives. At times we feel totally helpless and out of control wondering if God is really there or even cares what we are going through. I have found over the years that the God who created me also taught me how to "sing" in the valley of life. Sometimes the music doesn't sound pleasant but it is deeply heartfelt nonetheless, and must be released for healing to occur. As you read through the pages, I pray you will find a richly satisfying experience with the Holy Spirit as your Comforter and Counselor, as I have. The author grew up in a Christian home but had no relationship with Jesus until a divorce occurred. This event initiated a two-week period where she had thoughts of suicide. Jesus came into her life in a powerful way and began a healing process that continues to this day. Twenty years later, many close family and friends have told her to publish the poems the Holy Spirit has given over the years. Based on (2 Corinthians 13:1), "Let a thing be confirmed by two or three witnesses," she's finally ventured in faith to bless the Lord with this book and prays it will minister to you as she's been ministered to by the Holy Spirit through the writing, reading and re-reading of them while journeying the path of healing. The author lives with her husband in Maryland. She has three grown children and one granddaughter. She currently attends Cornerstone Assembly of God Church in Bowie, Maryland.
 

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