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From Despair to Delight

A True Story of God's Faithfulness to Change a Life Forever and Always

From Despair to Delight

A True Story of God's Faithfulness to Change a Life Forever and Always

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Paperback / softback

£10.99

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing llc
ISBN: 9781600374869
Published: 01/02/2009
Width: 11.4 cm
Height: 26.2 cm
Christianity has been depicted as a ""Women's Religion"" thus portraying a weak female leaning on her faith as a crutch. This is not true of the story told in From Despair to Delight. It is an account of one woman's courage over three decades plus, walking day by day trusting God. Each new day brought exciting and difficult challenges, but the great stressors of infidelity, divorce, and death revealed strength, not weakness. You will laugh and cry as you walk with Pat over the mountaintops and down into the valleys. How do you practically apply the Word in the day-to-day pressures in which you live? The book of Ephesians describes the Word as our Sword in the spiritual struggles we all face. From Despair to Delight offers you some simple and practical ways of using your Sword. It is a remarkable testimony of a faith that is undaunted by trials.

Pat Freeman

Pat Freeman has lived all of her life in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, and has lived in Sarnia, Ontario since 1957. She is the divorced mother of size, grandmother of fourteen, and step-grandmother to three. After twenty-five years of homemaking, she moved to London, Ontario, and started a new career as a Christian Addictions Counselor, focusing on alcoholism, drug addiction, gambling, and also grief counseling. Employed by the Salvation Army in London, Ontario, working with transients and prison inmates, she has traveled throughout the Province of Ontario, visiting in most of the prisons and jails over a span of eleven years. After her eldest son's death in 1997, she took early retirement from her position with the Salvation Army, but continued to visit prisons and jails and counsel on a volunteer basis. This first time author is presently involved with speaking to women's groups on occasion, is a one-on-one counselor and mentor, and a Bible Study teacher.

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