Instrument of Hope by Barry King Sr

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"David Hope, a retired athlete and Grammy-award-winning jazz saxophonist, has a very special gift. While returning home to Cleveland after the completion of his world tour, the plane on which he is a passenger plummets to the ground. While helping fellow survivors, David discovers that he can heal the wounded simply by touching them.

David accepts this anointing and does everything he can to aid others, but he still struggles with his own worthiness. His story is not only of physical and spiritual healing but also of relationships, sex, dark secrets, treachery, and redemption. The lives David touches are given a renewed spirituality as he fulfills his journey toward a higher calling.

David walks with and works through the common man to give God's children hope. He struggles, as most people do, with choosing the right path on his life journey. The conflict continues between good and evil as well as between honoring or denying the gifts that the Creator has given David. In using these gifts, David finds he is an instrument of hope."

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Published December 17, 2006 by iUniverse. 99 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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