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In the Morning, When I Rise: From Loss to Anointing

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192 pages3 hours

Summary

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time (this present life) are not worth being compared with the glory that is about to be revealed to us and in us and for us and conferred on us! Romans 8:18

The impact of Jesus resurrection on the first day of the week was revealed most overpoweringly by the resurrection that took place and was witnessed by others in
his disciples. R. G. Shelton shares, through scripture and testimony, her experience of hope, loss of a child, darkness, being drained and emotionally buried under and the resulting impact of Resurrection in A MUST READ book In the Morning When I Rise.

Rev. Rayford J. Grady, MD Pastor of Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit

If you've always wondered why you never seemed to fit in; if you wondered why your life was so very different from everybody else's; if you've always wondered why it seemed God was always on your mind, even when you didn't want Him to be; if you've always wondered why it felt you were on a path, traveling a road from which there appeared to be no permanent detours, read In the Morning When I Rise and discover why. Travel with the author as she journals her way from loss to anointing - from counting the cost to counting all things as loss for the excellency of Jesus Christ.

CM Taylor - Publisher, TIMothy Magazine

I strongly support this sincere, heartfelt, spirited directed work of Christ. It is a must read for every Christian who is serious about walking with the Lord through the valley and beside the still waters. It is a must read.

Faye W. Brown - Missionary, Public Speaker and Educator of CPS

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