Anointing For Loved Ones' Salvation
Some people need a Damascus road experience?a supernatural manifestation of the Holy Spirit, a sign or a wonder like those in the book of Acts to bring them out of darkness and into the light. But do such things still...
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Some people need a Damascus road experience?a supernatural manifestation of the Holy Spirit, a sign or a wonder like those in the book of Acts to bring them out of darkness and into the light. But do such things still happen today? Absolutely. These thrilling stories prove it. Full of real?life testimonies told by those who have been dramatically saved, this book abounds with clear, scriptural promises that will inspire you to pray for lost loved ones with fresh fervor and faith. It will reignite your confidence in God?s ability to apprehend even the most stubborn unbeliever. It will help keep you on your knees until the victory is won.
Melanie Hemry, a 1988 winner of the prestigious Guideposts Writing Contest, is a long time contributor to Guideposts magazine. A former coronary care nurse, Melanie traded in her stethoscope for a computer to become one of America's beloved story tellers. She has also authored Intensive Caring, a fast-paced book of true medical dramas. Melanie earned her bachelor degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, and her master's degree from Wagner Leadership Institute in Colorado Springs. She and her husband, Kenneth, reside in Edmond, Oklahoma, and have two daughters, Heather and Lauren.
A former intensive care nurse, Melanie Hemry traded in her stethoscope for a computer and now writes poignant true life stories, many of which are set in intensive care. A 1988 winner of the coveted Guideposts Writing Contest, Melanie's stories have warmed the hearts of readers around the world. She holds a bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Central Oklahoma and a master's degree in Practical Ministry from Wagner Leadership Institute in Colorado Springs. She is the author of A Healing Touch. Melanie and her husband, Ken, are the parents of two grown daughters, Heather and La