Fiddling Through The Wilderness by Edna Falciglia Panaggio

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In obedience, I learned to use forgiveness, prayer and charity to allow the Holy Spirit to perform through me. The spiritual reward was watching Him work to His Glorious endings. I took risks trusting Him, covering myself with His armor, Ephesians 6:10-13, for my protection. This was not a role in my acting career. It was the glory of my purposeful life with my King. It’s fun as I continue to follow Him, and the greatest part of this is I know it is eternal. It is His promise.
 

About Edna Falciglia Panaggio

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Edna (Falciglia) Panaggio was called to be wife, mother, and grandmother, discovering what God's plan for her life would be. She holds true to her birth. As a Gemini, she is gifted with being a pianist, vocalist, stage, film actress, and care-giver, not necessarily in that order, but sometimes going in all directions at the same time. She has been recognized as an Author having received the Presidential Award for Literary Excellence through the National Author's Registry for her poem "Dark Tunnels" based on the death of Princess Diane. She received monetary recognition as a semi-finalist winner for "The Kingdom Award", at the International Society of Poets in Washington, D.C. She is published in Poetry & Praise; and "The Rhode Island Short Story Club Presents", (2007), in its 115th year. Her chapbook "Into the Spirit, A Poetic Witness" (1998), is still available.
 
Published April 24, 2010 by Xlibris. 108 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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