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The testimonies that you will read on the following pages are personal stories of courage, hope, faith and strength in the face of adversity. Some will make you cry, some will make you laugh and some will simply bring home the fact that God is. A Book of Triumphs and Impossibilities There is definitely a higher power up there in the heavens. My co-author Andreka Eberhart and I know this first hand because I was brought back from not being able to see at all, to being able to see; not being able to walk at all, to walking with confidence – to being on the brink of certain death to doing things I once did before and sometimes better than before – and Andreka's bout with MS had her brain ravished, where doctors gave her little chance of a complete recovery. We contribute all of our health and wealth and blessings to God – Jesus Christ – our Lord and Savior. What is a testimony? The dictionary defines a testimony as a statement under oath, proof or evidence of something. My definition of a testimony is simply a lesson: a lesson in life, in truth and the knowledge of God and His promises. It is my hope that your faith will be strengthened and you will have greater hope, peace and joy by reading these testimonies and that you will discover beyond a shadow of a doubt that with God, all things are possible!
There But for the Grace of Dog Go I ... Author Jan Dunlap was suffering increasingly severe bouts of anxiety after a medical misdiagnosis slapped her in the face with an acute realization of the tenuous nature of human life. A degreed theologian, Jan found her personal faith in God and His promises severely shaken and her enthusiasm for life being replaced by growing fear and debilitating insecurity. Then a rescue-shelter black lab-mix by the name of Gracie came into her life as her daughter's new pet, and Jan determined to do whatever it took to provide both her daughter and the dog with the sense of security she herself no longer felt. She quickly discovered, however, that Gracie had her own agenda, and it was all dog. From chasing squirrels to jumping fences to the occasional roll in dead fish, Gracie taught Jan that life is for living, not dreading. As she began to realize that Gracie was helping her manage her anxiety, Jan also came to a new awareness of how a loving God provides healing through His own works of creation. Part memoir and part medical exploration of the truly healing gifts that God freely offers us through our interaction with animals and nature, Saved by Gracie is a story of God's redeeming love revealed at the paws of a dog.
In That Paris Year, five smart, adventurous young women arrive on the banks of the Seine in 1962 for their junior year abroad. What they get is an education of a different sort. As they move from the grueling demands of the Sorbonne by day to late nights of discovery in smoky cafes, the young Americans discover a mythical country shaped not only by the upheavals of history, but by the great French writers of the 20th Century, a place where seduction is intellectual as well as sexual. Ten years later, our narrator, J. J., is asked to speak at her old college on the virtues of going abroad. Drawing on the emotionally charged tools of memory and imagination, as well as old journals, letters, and telegrams, she chronicles and re-creates the story of that momentous year. Following in the footsteps of Marcel Proust, Joanna Biggar has written a novel in which intellect, eroticism, and art reverberate from the page to the heartbeat of the City of Light, an American book with the sweep and elegance of French literary tradition.
Grandma Elsie regains her health at Viamede, surrounded by her loving family, all of whom enjoy the winter in the south and the stories of the naval and military history of Louisiana and New Orleans, shared by Captain Raymond.
When Gracie's fiancé, Dillian, suddenly walks out of her life without any explanation and then cuts off all lines of communication, she is left devastated and confused. She agonizes over his disappearing act, feeling like she at least deserves to know why. When Gracie finally finds the answer she's been looking for, the truth turns her life upside down. She's been betrayed in the worst way, and not only by Dillian. Now her life may be in jeopardy. Even with the support of her family and friends, Gracie struggles with her emotions. She turns to God to try to weather the storm, but will she be able to find her strength through all the thick, dark clouds?
With a new 1999 story added to the paperback volume, this collection of the best stories of the century includes some of the greatest names in literature as well as a few spectacular one-hit wonders. Reprint.

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