Fight: Your Way Your Truth Your Life

WestBow Press
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You have in your hands an easy-to-read non-fiction book thats easy to pick up and put down at your convenience.
A total of seventy plus stories are shared in this book.
The stories are about unsuitable ministers, underhanded sins, and evil thats waiting to violate innocent victim. One chapter reintegrates a surprising list of terror attacks that have haunted this country for decades.
These stories are true and hurtful. All are handled with victory, for God has a purpose and a plan for each hardship.
Theres not one story in this book that does not have a lesson to learn about how we can handle lifes trials.

This is not a book on theology, but life as it is.

It is all about Jesus our teacher.
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About the author

Satan has attacked Mary Meeker personally for thirty-five years. The patrons in her beauty salon have been attacked. Satan is evil and out to destroy us. Mary has held Bible studies in her home twice a year for twelve years. She has two children and two grandchildren.

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WestBow Press
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Oct 31, 2011
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Religion / Spirituality
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