"Somebody Prayed for Me" is a unique, close and personal testimony of Kim's life.
As you begin to read, you find yourself sitting up with Kim in the midnight hour; sitting at her bed side at the hospital as the doctors talk to her; and you even find yourself walking down the corridor as Kim is being wheeled into surgery. At times, you will laugh and at times you will cry. You will pray like you have never prayed before.
As you read, you see and feel the wonder of Jesus throughout the pages. Kim clings to the only true and Faithful One's hand and that is Jesus.
Life can hit us with some unexpected blows. Sickness is one of those unexpected blows that may hit you, a family member, or a close friend.
"Somebody Prayed for Me" helps you take your petitions to Him who sits on high, whose ear is always intoned to His children's cries.
Psalm 40:1 says, "I waited patiently for the Lord; and He inclined unto me, and heard my cry." He did it for Kim; He will do it for you. May God richly bless you as read "Somebody Prayed for Me."
Beverly Palmer-Hill is a second- grade teacher from Columbus, Ohio. She is a published writer of poetry, a mother of two David V. Hill, III and Leslie Maxine Hill and the grandmother of Christopher and Alana Green.
Kimberly Palmer-Washington is an International Singing Evangelist and the Publishing Director of ACOF News Ministry. She lives in Englewood, New Jersey. She is a mother of one adult daughter LoisJessica Carol Chappell Washington.