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Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN10: 1432725351 ISBN13: 9781432725358 DDC: 615 Edition: Paperback; 2008-08-14

Summary

Sometimes, It Takes Losing Everything to Gain What Really MattersTo an outsider, Lisa Reed seemed to have it all: A high-powered real-estate career. Two beautiful children. A gorgeous husband. A luxurious home, fancy cars and a fashionable wardrobe. Not bad considering just a few years earlier she was what some would call a "welfare mom."Still, there was a problem-spiritually, she was empty.Then, one summer's day in 2005, tragedy struck in the form of a boating accident. She wasn't supposed to live. But twenty-eight days later, Lisa emerged from the intensive care unit. Doctors said she was like a miracle. Lisa knew she was.What happened next has made her a case study for anyone who's ever let the material world get in the way. After a near death experience, Lisa set out to reveal the divine intervention at work in our everyday lives. In Divinely Blessed, she shows us how to recognize it by exploring how heavenly guidance appeared throughout her own troubled young adulthood. The result is an engaging and eye-opening look at the myriad ways in which God cares for us all. Divinely Blessed is sure to open the eyes of anyone who reads it.

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  • Dewey Decimal: 615

Book Details

  • Physical Description: 5.0"x7.8"x0.4"; 0.3 lb; 140 pages
  • Edition Info: Paperback; 2008-08-14

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