Finding Faith in the City Care Forgot by Teena Myers is one of those books that grabs your heart and spiritually uplifts you to a higher level. This was an amazing book with a lesson tucked in.Â This book was just what I needed to read. I had forgotten it was on my Nook. I love books that make me think, smile and get that peaceful feeling inside. This book managed to do all that. I enjoyed reading every page. There was no boring analogy that some authors add to just fill pages.Â I came away from this book feeling good about myself and feeling confident that Heavenly Father does love me, hears my prayers and answers them.
The thing I liked most about this book was that it made me analyze my own life.Â That is always a good thing for me. I added several written pages to my personal journal while reading this book.
I rate it a 5 star and would like to have it in paperback form so I could go crazy with my red pencil.Â I like to write notes in my books. I under line phrases that really grab me and you just can't do this with an ebook.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Do you wonder if God still intervenes in human lives? Can he heal us spiritually, mentally, and physically? Will he give us hope, direction, peace, protection, and encouragement?
Finding Faith in the City Care Forgot is an authorâ€™s search for faith that leads her to answered prayers, a hundred year old prophecy fulfilled and a thirty-eight year old mystery revealed, but it was the atheist who solidified her faith in God.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Teena Myers is a freelance writer, certified Belief Therapist, Member of the Southern Christian Writers Guild and the Northshore Literary Society. She worked in Children's ministry, Christian television and taught Sunday School before she found her God given niche of writing. Teena lives in New Orleans with Rod, her husband of 27 years.
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Â List Price: $13.99Â
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Â Page Count: 304
I received this book free from the author through CWA. This fact in no way affects my review. I give honest reviews.