Cuddled In God's Hands by Frances Purnell-Dampier
A Mississippi Childhood Unveiled

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Cuddled in God’s Hands is a magnificent inspirational autobiographical journey of a woman whose life is filled with a mixture of joy, pain, tragedy, euphoria, and supernatural visions. This memoir portrays the author’s upbringing in Greenwood, Mississippi, during the pinnacle of the Civil Rights movement. During this turbulent segregated period in history, the author gives an in-depth look at her life and how, as a teenager, she and her family coped. The book chronicles the author’s spiritual growth and shares stories of her extraordinary supernatural visions and encounters with angels. Her most amazing story of all is revealed when she is on the edge of despair after a horrible breakup with her husband, and God came to her and lifted her out of her darkness and brought her into the light. This transformed her life forever and gave her enormous faith as she juggled the many commitments of teaching, the uplifting yet critical demands of motherhood, and the resolve to triumph no matter what obstacles lay waiting.

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Published March 22, 2012 by Trafford. 187 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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