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- The is a new trailer of the book, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World.” It is on the right side under the Amazon icon. Click on it to see what the book is all about.
- There is a new page forming called, “All About Writing.” That page will talk about publishing; have guest authors share, and discuss writing trends.
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- There is a new page called, “Publishing News.” This page will bring you news from around the world on trends, latest news on publishing, and any other things that may be interesting.
Another shocking announcement! ( That got your attention!) “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World, ” is now out in eBook form. I You can acquire it at all the eBook outlets. It is only $4.99. Help it climb the www.amazon.com best selling list. You can even order it right from this site by clicking on the Amazon icon on the right.
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Thoughts just for you…
Do you fee like the world has turned against you? Does there seem to be a cloud always hanging over your head. have you been over burdened with illnesses, etc?
You aren’t alone. I have been there considering I have had six major surgeries.
When I start having a pity party that no one likes to come to, I start thinking about some of the people in the Bible and what they had to go through.
What about Paul? He was shipwrecked more than once. He was beaten many times. He was even left for dead after people stoned him. He was in prison much of his life.
What about David? He was so afraid for his life, he had to spend some time hidden in a cave.
What about Joseph? His brothers hated him so much they sold him into slavery.
Then, of course, what about Jesus? He was beaten with a whip that had nails on the ends of it. He was spit upon and cursed at. He had to wear a wreath of thorns on His head. He had to carry His own death cross to the hill. He had to see His family mourning below Him from the cross. He had spikes driven into His feet and hands.
When I think of the torturous things so many of the great people in the Bible had to go through, especially our Lord and Savior, my little aches and pains seem so meaningless. My trials and storms are calm compared to others who suffered for me.
Try to put your trials and storms into perspective, and be thankful that you are still able to read this, and live a good life.
God is always there for you, no matter what your circumstances are.
Yuu are not alone.
You are not forsaken.
You are not unloved,
And above all…never, ever, give up!