Hacienda Heights, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2013
Garcia helps readers develop a closer relationship with God and find their true purpose in life. "With all the turmoil in our world today, people are lost and confused and losing the purpose and meaning of their life in why they are here," she says. "I want my book to open people’s eyes and get closer to our Lord."
In her stories, Garcia expresses her love for God and shows readers how they can find their own direction in life by reading the Bible. "We all have a guide to life and that is to read the Bible and it will answer all your questions to life’s purpose and why you are here," she says. "(It) will guide you to the path we all want to follow, and that is the road and path to heaven."
In troubled times, "Knock and I Will Dine with You" serves as a light in the darkness that guides Christians back to a place of faith in God. "We are living in a very evil time, and Satan wants to win this battle in getting people to think his evil way," writes Garcia. "If I have been guided to pass a message to all people in the book I have written, I will do whatever the Lord guides me to do with all my full effort and strength."
About the Author
Clara E. Garcia was born in Gallup, N.M., and raised in California. She and her husband, Alfred Jerry Garcia, operate a small family home for boys. They have three children: Regina, Jerry and Jennifer.
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