Grace, by Gerie Moody-Major
(God's Unconditional Love)

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This is a glimpse of Gerie's journey of incredible faith; true and faithful friends; her dedicated church family. You will laugh, cry, be angry and sad. This is a book of wisdom and understanding of our innner most feelings. It will leave you in deep thought and it will force you to look at life differently.The book invites you to be a witness to God's unconditional love through His grace and mercy. If there is doubt, this will give you courage. If you are struggling with challenges, this will give you the will power to overcome and move on.You will not be able to put it down. You will want to go back and re-read time and again.

About Gerie Moody-Major

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Gerie Moody Major has been an advocate for the rights of women, children and the elderly. She is an officer on several non-profit boards for the homeless and abused women. She is also a dedicated United Methodist Woman and has served as President of the organization at both the Los Angeles District and local levels.Gerie is a two year cancer survivor. In 2007 she became deathly ill and was not expected to survive. Today she is a shining example and inspiration to all who know or have heard about her; because she went from being a vegetable (totally paralyzed with no feeling in her body) to partial paralysis. Her strong faith and love of family and friends have helped to sustain her.
Published October 28, 2010 by Authorhouse. 316 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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The Bookbag

Halfway through the book I decided I would be donating it to a charity shop (damning from me indeed as I am a notorious book hoarder) but - annoyingly - there is just enough useful information in there to earn it a place on my bookshelf.

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Mysterious Reviews

Brophy's book, its characters and story amply prove Sayer's point but to be fair Brophy has created as many pleasant and engaging characters as unpleasant ones.

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