Jerusalem is about to be destroyed by the Assyrians. King Hezekiah has taken a stance, not only against his enemies, but also against many of his own people. He has committed himself (and the city) to the words of the LORD through Isaiah the prophet—Behold, I will send a blast upon him, and he shall hear a rumour, and shall return to his own land. Was Hezekiah correct to trust the LORD in such a desperate situation?
He waits anxiously to hear news of the fighting.
|Publisher:||Alison M. Tomlinson|
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About the Author
I was born in Yorkshire, England in 1959, and I was in ill-health from day one. At the age of twenty-three, I gave birth to my son, Timothy, who was born severely handicapped and died at the age of nine. I continued to struggle with my health. By the time I was fifty-three, I was in crisis. I was bent over to the left, I could barely walk and I was in constant pain. My left leg was almost useless. I couldn’t bend my ankle or toes, and the muscles on my left thigh looked like those of a ninety- year-old. Life was daily trauma, and I wanted to die. I prayed and, for the first time, I started to see my health struggle as a spiritual battle. I searched my King James Bible and started to call on the Lord Jesus Christ to deliver me from the destructive schemes of the enemy. After months of this, I felt God tell me that I had broken through, and I would now find the answer. Then I discovered Dr Joel Wallach and started his nutrition and diet programme. I took the ‘Mighty 90’, the ninety essential nutrients our body needs to maintain optimal health. Within five days I knew I’d found the answer to health. Within six months, I was standing straight and was substantially out of pain. After being on the programme for a couple of years, I was walking 95% better, and I felt well for the first time in my life. So, what was I to do with my new lease of life? I still couldn’t run a marathon, but I now had margin. I could do more than just survive. I had my brain back. I could concentrate, think, analyze, reason, create. So, I started writing novels. My first novel is I’m Sorry, Oliver. The protagonist, Sylvia Keighley follows my own health story. My second novel is An Untimely Birth. My aim is to examine the spiritual roots of modern medicine through an exciting adventure story. I have plans for more novels and short stories. I hope you enjoy reading my books. Please feel free to contact me. God bless you.