IF THESE WALLS COULD TALKĀ  A WHOLESOME READ FOR YOUNG GIRLS AND A NOSTALGIC ONE FOR OLDER WOMEN..
Angels For All Times A book of stories that will teach a child lessons of compassion and goodness while reminding their parents of what God would have us all do!
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Meet Aunt Cecil and her two nieces as they unravel a mystery that takes them to Scotland and one adventure after another!
I am excited to share that I am in the editing stage of my next book, One Woman's Revelations, A Book of One Hundred and One Devotions...
I am a Woman of Easter

I am reading a book entitled The Women of Easter and it has opened my eyes tremendously to the women who followed Jesus. As I prayed this morning I thanked God for those women who were there with my Savior, especially during His last days, tending to His needs. God spoke to my heart as I prayed, revealing to me, that I too am a woman of Easter.

Oh, maybe I was not there in Jerusalem when Jesus taught. I was not there when He performed His miracles, or when He was arrested and put on trial. Of course I did not stand beside His mother while they crucified Him, nor did I help prepare His body for burial when it was over. I was not there when the women went to the tomb and found it empty and I did not run and tell the male disciples that I had spoken to Him, I had seen Him.

Yet, God says to me two thousand years after it all happened, that I am a woman of Easter. After much thought I believe I understand what God is telling me. I am a woman of Easter with every word I write. I am a woman of Easter every time I witness to others about Jesus. I am a woman of Easter when I volunteer at church and in my community. I am a woman of Easter and have been one ever since I said the words I believe in Jesus as my personal Savior.

A woman of Easter. What a beautiful revelation to know that as a follower of Jesus Christ I am as much a part of the Easter story as Mary, Martha, Mary His mother and Mary Magdeline. I am beyond blessed to have a picture of myself, in my mind's eye, following Jesus, not during His last days on earth but in the here and now. Every step I take in my walk of faith brings me closer to Jesus, as a woman of Easter.