In any life, people are bound to make mistakes—it’s in our nature. We imagine that our word is final, that our decisions are etched in stone, and that our timing is ideal for us. But what happens when things don’t go our way? How much better off would we be if we allowed a greater power to guide us?
Michele Bristol sets out to answer these questions with her illuminating testimony in God’s Promise. This frank and honest memoir touches on a variety of topics, ranging from motherhood, marriage, failed relationships, risky behavior, recovering from one’s mistakes, and learning to wait on and listen to God’s voice when He tries to tell you something.
Supported by key Scriptures at every turn, and brimming with the author’s complete trust in God to help her navigate her most dire situations, this book pulls no punches as it invites readers to read about a life transformed—and encourage them to apply its insight to their own lives, in the hopes that they, too, will come to know the depths of God’s promises.
Michele Bristol has been a legal secretary for over forty years. She has two adult sons, two young adult grandchildren and one great grandchild. One of her favorite things to do is writing stories and to write personal prayers and poems for couples. She also loves spending time with her family and friends.