He Walks with Me

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Do you ever wonder if God is really with you? Does God really care for you? Are prayers ever answered? Yes, God is with you, He loves you and He answers your prayers. God is with you every second of every day. If you truly believe in Him, He will lead you in every step you take and through every decision you have to make. He will show you the way out of every horrible situation you may find yourself in if only you truly believe. Walk with Becky as she goes on her faith journey. Read how her faith pulls her through everything that life hurls at her. See how God is with her every second of every dayhow He protects her.how He knows what is best for her, in spite of herself and her mistakes. Notice how Becky learns that turning things over to God brings peace.trying to control everything herself leads to more troubles. She finally realizes what the most important things in life are. See how she handles each chapter in her life knowing all along that God will help her get to the next chapter. Becky still has a lot to learn, but she works a lot harder than she used to trying to follow Jesus teachings.
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Joy Rayne graduated from high school taking as many business and clerical courses as possible knowing that her parents would never be able to afford college. She began her career as an office employee in the same high school. As years passed and experience was gained, she became the administrative assistant that she had strived to be. She has been a Sunday School teacher for more than twenty-five years prompting her to lead Christian seminars. Joy is now retired and lives in South Carolina with her pets. She enjoys spending time with her friends, photography and post processing, slow walks through scenic places while stopping to take pictures, smelling the roses and overall enjoying the beautiful world that God created for all of us, plundering through antique stores, and oh yes, a good cup of coffee. Joy volunteers for a no-kill adoption center for dogs and cats. She is currently a member of the Columbia Camera Club, Palmetto Conservation Foundation, the SC State Museum, two senior citizens groups and on the board of her community Home Owners Association. Joy also dabbles in just about anything else....such as working with crafts, making jewelry, renovations in her home, minor computer problems and using her photography for note cards and prints.

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Publisher
AuthorHouse
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Published on
Mar 14, 2013
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Pages
70
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ISBN
9781481720823
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Inspirational
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This content is DRM protected.
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