A Friend At All Times.
Modesto, CA (Vocus) June 11, 2010
Most people of faith believe that the lost and hurting can always find a way back to the right path, through the power of God’s amazing grace and divine providence. Patty Handly’s story, as detailed in her book My Story, His Glory is proof of this very fact. The book tells the author’s personal story about losing her way and somehow finding her way back to the place of intimacy and grace, she now calls, the Secret Place.
My Story, His Glory is the story of a woman who walked away from her calling and her anointing, and strayed from all that she had known to be good, right, and true. It tells the reader how the Lord welcomes her back into His loving arms, when she finally makes her way back home, much like the story of the Prodigal in the Bible.
This book is written for Everyone – Christian and non-Christian, people who believe, people who have lost their faith, and people who are struggling to get their faith back. It is a true story of hope and inspiration. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Patty Handly lives in Modesto, California with her two sons, William and Matthew. She is very involved in her church, Soul Harvest Worship Center, where she has felt at home since the first day she entered its doors. She currently is working on the publication of her book of poetry, “A Friend At All Times.”
Her daily desire is to be given divine opportunities to bring God’s light to the darkness and God’s love to the lost and hurting. She wants to be a vessel of truth and honor to God and to serve the Lord all the days of her life. Her prayer is to change lives and bring the Lord the reward of His suffering with all humility. It is her sincere desire to be a source of encouragement and blessing to all those the Lord would bring onto her path. She desires to bring God glory each and every day.
My Story, His Glory * by Patty Handly
Publication Date: June 8, 2010
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