The Prayer Letters by Marie Watters-Brown

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The Prayer Letters is one woman's collection of letters; she harnesses the power of prayer to assist her friends after they've come to her for counsel.



Marie Watters-Brown was the founder and owner of the largest and most successful business college in eastern Canada, but her personal indulgence has always been letter writing. With the belief that conversation is a great healer, Marie often finds herself caught up in the personal lives of friends and acquaintances and their recurring hurts and disappointments. In the letters included in this compilation, Marie counsels friends on loneliness, loving an unlovable mother, betrayal, infidelity, a frightening medical diagnosis, the perpetual search for joy, and of course, the power of prayer. To the concert pianist battling depression, Marie advises her to do something every day that makes life different from yesterday. To Bill, a man who wants proof there is a higher power, Marie counsels him to believe in all the miracles that will happen when he keeps acting in faith.



In a world where letter writing is often a forgotten art, the letters in this collection provide a compelling glimpse into the power of unconditional love and friendship.

 

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Published November 25, 2009 by iUniverse. 92 pages
Genres: Self Help, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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