Monday, December 1, 2014

Rush of Heaven Is A Source Of Comfort & Hope

                   Rush of Heaven has special meaning to me.  This true account of Ema McKinley (the author) who endures a horrendous accident at her workplace which subsequently leaves her in chronic daily pain from reflex sympathetic dystrophy (rsd) is near twin to my recent experiences.  I literally could not put this book down.  By sharing her ups and downs with the reader, she also offers hope and comfort.  Her strong faith in God is to be admired as is her great love for him which never waivers even during her most uncomfortable moments.  Twenty years after the accident, her faith is rewarded and she is healed by Jesus.  For the naysayers (those who don't believe in miracles) she provides proof through her updated doctors reports.  This is an outstanding read which will enhance each readers faith.  I was given the opportunity to read and review for the BookLook community.

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