STOKE-ON-TRENT, United Kingdom (PRWEB) November 19, 2011
“God answers in mysterious ways; he took me on a journey of my life, opening my eyes to many things that had not meant a thing to me yet they were the roots of what was happening to me,” author Margret David writes in her book. Real, honest, and gripping emotions await readers as the author shares her story in this memoir, Rising Dawn: Demons of mental illness defeated.
In October 2010, the author woke up and remembered her dream so vividly. She knew God had spoken to her. She was being asked to read the Bible. She had read the Bible many times; only this time, it was going to be different. A great revelation of her past, which had been for a long time the roots of her problems, was going to be revealed. The issues that had troubled her life for a long time were going to be exposed. This was a time when she was weary in flesh and in spirit. “It was a painful healing process,” she adds. She needed a spiritual uplifting.
Emotion stirring yet inspiring, Rising Dawn: Demons of mental illness defeated is a candid and honest book that shares how one woman overcame her trials with God’s help.
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About the Author
Margret David, born the second child out of six, had a normal happy childhood. She qualified as a teacher and later on as a nurse. She is a Christian, a member of the intercession group, and a member of the women fellowship. David has also enjoyed preaching in her church.
RISING DAWN : Demons of mental illness defeated * by Margret David
Publication Date: May 25, 2011
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