Pretoria, South Africa (Vocus/PRWEB) February 02, 2011
Very few people knew what had really happened the night that Lindi Daniels lost her husband. She barely escaped with her life and would forever bear the scars of that tragedy. Still she moved forward, secured in God’s Divine Protection. Readers can witness her journey unfold in a heartwarming novel by Elna Prinsloo.
For Lindi Daniels and her son, Jonathan, moving into The Village Residents was a new beginning. Knowing who she was in Jesus Christ enabled Lindi to hold her head up high, regardless of the hideous scars on her face and neck. She could, however, not foresee the changes these very scars would initiate in other people’s lives. While most did not mind them, she was unprepared for Jason Alexander’s brutal attack.
“Who’s the scarecrow?” The force of his own cruel words almost left him gasping for breath. Jason was about to meet the God of Love and Peace – the God who gathers his people from all over the world and heals their deepest wounds. Change was coming and it was a good change filled with hope, love, faith, and God’s enduring Divine Protection.
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About the Author
Elna Prinsloo lives in Pretoria, South Africa, with her husband, son, and their dog Jack Prinsloo. She has been a personal assistant, Claims and Benefits administrator, system tester, and data integrity specialist. She enjoys spending time with Holy Spirit, her family, and friends, working on her music, and pursuing her dreams.
Divine Protection * by Elna Prinsloo
Publication Date: October 22, 2010
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 324 pages; 978-1-4535-8543-6
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