Making it Through a Storm by Rev. Dr. Terry Thomas

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All people, at some point in their lives, will come upon difficult and trying circumstances that are traditionally characterized as a storm. As much as we try, with great-valiant effort, to avoid certain things, no one can avoid the inevitable storm or storms that will occur in their life. Storms are just part of the human condition, and we are either coming out of a storm, in a storm, or heading for a storm.Since we know that storms are one of life’s certainties, we should prepare to deal with them by equipping ourselves with the necessary knowledge and skills. This is an imperative statement because if you are not prepared to deal with a storm, then your life can easily be ripped apart by it. In a very short period of time, a storm can quietly and quickly remove things in your life that have taken you a lifetime to acquire. You can be a very secure person, but if you are not prepared, a storm can uproot values that once nurtured and upheld your life, like a stalwart tree uprooted from the ground. Therefore, if you want to know the things to do to make it through a storm, Making It through a Storm is a book that you will want to read. This book takes a look at what a group of people in 27th chapter of Acts did, who made it successfully through a severe storm, to learn the fundamental principles that one needs to embrace to make it through a storm. Making It through a Storm will share with you some very insightful, surprising, inspirational and delightful things that will help you make it through a storm in manner that will strengthen and enhance your life. Personal storms are common, but pertinent aids to help us in understanding and surmounting them are rare indeed. This book is one such rare aid, and its pages are filled with wisdom shared from a warm heart. Dr. James Earl Massey Dean Emeritus and Distinguish Professor-at-Large Anderson University School of Theology

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Published May 18, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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