Stephanie Julia Fisher Writes Stix Walk With God, a Journey of Faith and Hope

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Stephanie Julia Fisher writes Stix Walk With God, a personal journey from clinical depression to faith and redemption through God’s boundless love.

Holy Fire Publishing (http://www.christianpublish.com) releases Stix Walk With God (Paperback, U.S. $15.20, ISBN#978-1-60383-361-5). Stephanie Julia Fisher writes of her miraculous deliverance from clinical depression and restoration to faith and hope.

Stix Walk With God is Fisher’s story of God’s unrestricted mercy for a sinner like herself and her extraordinary deliverance and healing. She writes with humor and wisdom to motivate readers to discover their purpose in God and to know His unlimited power, life-changing miraculous ways and unconditional love for those who feel trapped and abandoned.

Fisher writes an intriguing story to glorify God. Struggling with clinical depression and feeling abandoned and unworthy of love, she discovers the incredible truth that God sees her differently and loves her. Her story of redemption and healing will encourage others who struggle with mental and emotional pain. She shares the exciting hope of the Holy Spirit, who reveals God’s purpose-filled life, restoration of faith and complete deliverance.

“This book is about an individual battling clinical depression, suicidal thoughts and pain stemming from molestation and other abuses. My mind became infected by the sinful desire to end it; death became my motivation. The troubles I held close fed the monster, which I identify as STIX. The secret of the evil passion compelled me to hide from the world shamefully, as I excruciatingly attempted to portray myself as a typical young lady. I found myself alone and cold as people walked in and out of my life. Alcohol, clubs, smoking and the hopes of an effective suicide allowed me to drag myself through each work shift. Days, months and years went by turning the battling into a depressive war zone. Embarrassed and ashamed of losing my faith, in my lowest and darkest moment, I cried out to the God I had never quite known. The revelation that God saves, heals, provides, is boundless, limitless, and has unrestricted love allowed me to step forward into a new day with a mind set on God. This is my reflection of discovering my purpose in a fun, exciting and authentic testimony: “The God that saves” is summed up in Stix Walk With God.”—Stephanie Julia Fisher

“I used to question God and ask why I had to go through all these trials and painful experiences; now I believe it was for three main reasons: (1) God takes us through things for us to help someone else who struggles with that problem. He doesn’t reveal things to us just so we can keep them to ourselves; also, it humbles us to help someone, as we in no way can look down upon them for their sin because we have fallen in that trap before. (2) To build our faith. God loves us so much he doesn’t want to open doors of opportunity he knows we can’t handle. Every blessing, every anointing and break-through has a trial attached to it, which we need to overcome to enjoy our blessing from God. (3) There is something we aren’t doing right or we’re being disobedient to something God has put on our heart. I believe there are times we go through trials simply because we have stepped out of God’s word, and he can no longer protect us from the enemy because we are not in him. When we are in God, even if we face the worst trial ever, we will be joyful and full of praise because the word of God changes us.”—Stix Walk With God

Stephanie Julia Fisher, 20, lives in England. She is pursuing a degree in Psychology, Criminology and Criminal Justice, and ministers through Living Purpose Filled Lives with God. Website: http://www.livingpurposefilledliveswithgod.org Blog: http://livingpurposefilledliveswithgod.blogspot.com/

Holy Fire Publishing (http://www.christianpublish.com), publisher of hundreds of Christian books, helps Christian authors reach the world through the printed word.

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