Fort Wayne, Ind. (PRWEB) August 29, 2014
Written as a compilation of daily Scripture reflections that utilize author Donna Noble’s life experiences to illustrate the mercy and providence of God, Noble’s new book “Navigating the Narrow Path to Life: Daily Reflections from a Fellow Traveler” (published by WestBow Press) is a testament to God’s power and assistance to his followers in times of need.
Noble shares life lessons she has learned in her walk with God as well as a set of laws she has chosen to live by, which she calls “Donna’s Law.” Noble says her laws are directives that firmly demonstrate the two greatest commandments given by Jesus – to love God and love neighbors.
“Trials come every day,” Noble says. “My hope is that this book will help others learn how to turn away from bad choices and choose wisely on their own path to salvation.”
An excerpt from “Donna’s Law” in “Navigating the Narrow Path to Life: Daily Reflections from a Fellow Traveler”:
“Trust God in everything, with everything, and for everything.
Don’t be a victim of your past. Forgive yourself, forgive others, and move on.
Pick your battles: not everything is worth fighting over - or for.
Leave a trail of smiles behind you.”
“Navigating the Narrow Path to Life: Daily Reflections from a Fellow Traveler”
By Donna Noble
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 388 pages | ISBN 9781490820422
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 388 pages | ISBN 9781490820408
E-Book | 388 pages | ISBN 9781490820415
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Donna Noble spent the past 10 years studying the word of God and praying for wisdom regarding the state of our nation and world. She says the Lord has been faithful to guide her through many trials and bring her through safely. Noble was baptized in the Baptist Church, served as a pastor in the Church of God, and is currently a member of the Roman Catholic Church.
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