Forest Hills, NY (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
In her inspirational new book, “Fire In The Tire” (published by AuthorHouse), author Neelam Godia helps readers take their faith to the next level and move beyond the constraints of the physical world into that of the spiritual.
In nine succinct chapters, Godia discusses how fear, witchcraft and ignorance all present obstacles to developing a deep, meaningful relationship with God. She outlines how to avoid being sidetracked by these elements and stresses the importance of knowing the Holy Spirit.
“What you see with your eyes and your sensual perception is all deception and illusion to make you think that your situation is next to impossible,” Godia writes. “All things are possible unto him that believeth. All you need is to have enough courage to believe in your God-given ability and your supernatural father in heaven.”
When asked what she wants readers to take away from “Fire In The Tire,” Godia’s answer is simple. “I want to impart my supernatural faith beyond their supernatural challenges to my readers, so they can overcome the same and accomplish their dreams and goals in their life and enjoy their relationships.”
About the Author
Neelam Godia was born and raised in Bombay, India. Her energy, enthusiasm and motivational speeches have changed many lives around her. She works as an accountant. This is her first published book.
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