Recouping from surgery, especially when recovery is a pain-free, buys lots of reading time. May I strongly recommend the following great reads:
All four books deal with more than one can stand pain – all four resonate with my testimony in His Majesty in Brokenness: Jesus, the Man of sorrows, acquainted with grief, DOES meet us in our pain and when we admit we are hurting, walls of isolation fall down, community is born and the ripple effect of healing brings relief to the Body and glory to His name.
Each author has a website, even blogs, and each is brutally honest with no candy-coating of how bad life can hurt. HOWEVER, their books along with mine provide convincing evidence that we dare not quit before the happy ending, the beginnings of which will bless our socks off this side of heaven.
I’m not wishing surgery on you but I am recommending you add these books to your Christmas list (If you can wait that long!).
Also, it’s exciting to watch the readers of His Majesty stocking up with 5, 10, 15 more copies for Christmas gifts. I am happy to personalize and gift wrap your books as you designate your wishes on the Paypal memo. www.judysquier.com
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JUDY SQUIER has authored His Majesty in Brokenness, Living in the Names of God and the Living in the Names Bible Study. Husband David and she have three adult daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren. Never did Mr. and Mrs. Squier dream that their long-awaited golden wedding anniversary would coincide with David’s memorial service. Judy resides in southern Oregon, alone, yet not alone. Thanks to the Good Shepherd!