Who Are You Wearing?

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Xulon Press, 2010 - 228 pages
When I lost my job in 2007 God gave me a vision to write this book. It was not until September 2009 that I sat down and started writing an invitation to all who search for the truth about faith, which I call Invitation from the Author. I do not pretend nor claim to know all about the Bible, but I share my experience with the true God and how He transforms me from the inside out. When God took away my job, He had in mind a much better and more fulfilling opportunity for me. The opportunity was to be able to give back to my parents, to become their full-time caregiver. God knew my heart's desire. I was blessed with wonderful parents and they are at the point in their lives that they need me to care for them. I can never repay their hard work and sacrifices on my behalf, but I can be there for them at this point in their lives. "Who Are You Wearing?" talks about who you are inside. Being separated from God is not where you want to be. I know...I have been there so many times. I love where I am right now. I stay close to Him, and He is with me everywhere I go, to help me resist temptation. To those who are still looking for a job, I pray that you will seek God and trust that He will continue to protect you and provide for your needs. My journey with the Lord has been awesome because I wear the outfit that matters most...the outfit of salvation. When God closes one door (as He did by moving me from my old job to one of caring for my parents) He opens a bigger door! He is in control.
 

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Contents

Tribute to My Parents
vii
Acknowledgments
ix
Foreword
xi
Dedication
xiii
Invitation from the Author
xv
Who are You Wearing?
21
Born Again
34
Losing a Job
50
What is Your Calling?
92
My Best Friend
118
Your Untouched Gifts
127
The White Dove
139
Thank You for the Valleys
156
Chapter 10 Addiction
178
My Path is Clear
188
A Caregivers Heart
216

Pray Without Ceasing
69

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