With Great Mercy

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Author and former teacher Kathy Gilbert Taylor explores the topic of healing and the miraculous power of God’s redemption in her new book With Great Mercy. Drawing from the author’s own personal account of her day-to-day challenges with debilitating pain, Taylor motivates readers to recognize God’s healing power, even when situations appear to be hopeless. Also examined in With Great Mercy is what Scripture communicates about the often-misunderstood concept of divine healing. Written in an easy-to-read ...
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Overview


Author and former teacher Kathy Gilbert Taylor explores the topic of healing and the miraculous power of God’s redemption in her new book With Great Mercy. Drawing from the author’s own personal account of her day-to-day challenges with debilitating pain, Taylor motivates readers to recognize God’s healing power, even when situations appear to be hopeless. Also examined in With Great Mercy is what Scripture communicates about the often-misunderstood concept of divine healing. Written in an easy-to-read devotional style, With Great Mercy includes study questions at the end of each chapter that allow readers to glean greater insight of God’s love for the sick.
 
 
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With Great Mercy is a provocative story of real life intersecting with God’s Word. Kathy Taylor invites the reader to observe both suffering and faith in process. There are no easy answers, just raw courage and deep spirituality. -DR. JOHN KIE VINING, DIRECTOR, FAMILY MINISTRIES, CHURCH OF GOD, CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591858508
  • Publisher: Charisma Media
  • Publication date: 8/26/2005
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Meet the Author

Kathy Gilbert Taylor, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, is a professional advocate for individuals with disabilities. She was formerly the director of patient services for the Trigeminal Neuralgia Association (now the Facial Pain Association) in Gainesville, Florida. She has experienced the pain of several cranial neuralgias, giving her compassion for others who suffer. Kathy volunteers for Prison Fellowship Ministries, has been a Guardian ad Litem, and a foster parent. Before becoming a rehabilitation counselor, she taught high school English, drama, and journalism and worked as an editor. Kathy spent several years in the Air Force, first at the Air Force Academy Chapel and then in special operations at Hurlburt Field. For more information, visit her website, www.withgreatmercy.com.

 

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

A Walk Through the Valley

Refuge in His Wings

Lifting Up My Eyes

The Good Fight of Faith

Renewed Day by Day

No Fear in Love

Breaking the Yoke

A Walk in the Spirit

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2006

    God's Mercy

    This book is easy to read. It inspires people you to go on during traumatic times. Honest and authentic. This book talks about all areas of a person's life affected by pain and illness. Uplifting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2005

    Honest

    Warm and personal, Kathy Taylor's account of her illness and healing does not generalize or preach. It addresses the common human fear of believing that God cares, but does He care enough to do something for us? She shares specific, rational experiences throughout her battle with trigemnial neuralgia and her spontaneous healing. Each chapter ends with a question about your own experiences, offering ample space to jot down notes.

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