Divine Thoughts

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Divine Thoughts is not just another book among the many that have been written on the subject of self- discovery and destiny fulfillment. Jo L. Harris has accomplished a literary feat in presenting a distinctly refreshing and appealing approach to the age-old questions- "Who am I"? - And, "What is the purpose for my life"?

Creatively intertwining her diverse areas of experience- her strong Christian faith, her paramedical professional background and her love for the literary ...

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Overview

Divine Thoughts is not just another book among the many that have been written on the subject of self- discovery and destiny fulfillment. Jo L. Harris has accomplished a literary feat in presenting a distinctly refreshing and appealing approach to the age-old questions- "Who am I"? - And, "What is the purpose for my life"?

Creatively intertwining her diverse areas of experience- her strong Christian faith, her paramedical professional background and her love for the literary arts, this first-time author has successfully woven an interesting and engaging tapestry of commentary about her remarkable insights on the spiritual significance of the DNA code and how it relates to the concepts of self worth and personal fulfillment. This fascinating book unveils priceless strategies for tracking personal destiny.

Notwithstanding all the life-changing insights presented in the book, gaining insight into the inspiration for the intriguing title and cover graphics, alone, makes this captivating book one that everyone should read.

Jo L. Harris practiced retail pharmacy in the state of Texas for 31 years before retiring in 2004. As a small business owner, she designs personal use products and inspirational gift items, many of which display her original works of poetry and prose.

Jo has been a passionate student of the Judeo- Christian Scriptures for more than 30 years. She has taken courses from the Dallas Theological Lay Institute and completed more than seven years of study in the "Through the Bible" Media Study Course taught by the distinguished Bible scholar and commentator, Dr. J. Vernon McGee. The maturing of her faith has been greatly influenced by the works of Watchman Nee andC.S. Lewis. Jo and her family are members of the Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas where Dr. Tony Evans is Senior Pastor.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781602664104
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 5/15/2007
  • Pages: 132
  • Product dimensions: 0.31 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

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