Throughout “The Love and Mercy of God,” readers will watch as Mainor discovers a strength she never knew she had, embarking on a journey toward faith.
New Castle, Del. (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
Like many people, author Gail Mainor says she felt lost at different points in her life. Thanks to the strength she received from Jesus Christ, Mainor says she ultimately found her way. In her new book, “The Love and Mercy of God” (published by AuthorHouse), Mainor pays tribute to Jesus and recalls the trying times in her life.
Mainor begins her book by describing her childhood. Born in 1950, Mainor was her parents’ twelfth child. Mainor and her siblings had to rely on one another for strength – until she found God at her early twenties.
Throughout “The Love and Mercy of God,” readers will watch as Mainor discovers a strength she never knew she had, embarking on a journey toward faith. Mainor hopes her story will not only serve as a tribute to Jesus, but also inspire readers to find their own strength through faith in God.
An excerpt from “The Love and Mercy of God”:
“You see, love is like a medicine: it can nurture anyone into good health mentally, physically, and spiritually. We need love to survive like we need food to survive. Some of us, like myself, did not have a good, loving, comfortable, and safe childhood. I never experienced a hug or a kiss; I never heard my parents say, ‘I love you.’”
About the Author
Gail Mainor was born in Philadelphia. Mainor became a believer in Christ at her early twenties. She is now a minister and teacher of the Gospel. She and her husband have five children.
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