Walk On finds the reader trapped in the Valley of Despair. The question of the centuries, “What hope is there for me during my pain and sorrow?” will resonate in the heart of every reader. Ron Bracy, the author of Walk On, uses the writings of the ancient Hebrew prophet Habakkuk as a roadmap to guide the reader out of the Valley of Despair. Bracy starts with Habakkuk’s failure to understand why there is so much pain and evil in the worlda question asked every day by everyone. He then leads the reader through the verses of the prophet’s book and explores various roads which people take to find a way out of their Valley of Despair. In the end, Walk On reveals there is only one road that will lead a person from the Valley of Despair to the Mountaintop of Praise. You, the reader, must find that road!
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About the Author
Ron Bracy, author of Walk On: From the Valley of Despair to the Mountaintop of Praise. He was born on an Army post, adopted at the age of six, and grew up in the hills of Bethesda, Arkansas. Graduating from the United States Air Force Academy, he served 42 years in the Active, Reserve, and National Guard components of the US Air Force. He is a veteran of Vietnam with 183 combat reconnaissance missions, recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, 15 Air Medals, and other medals for outstanding military service. He was a US Air Force chaplain deployed throughout the world. Ron survived the 9-11-2001 attack on the Pentagon where he served on the Joint Chief of Staff. He has a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies and Ethics and taught Old Testament, New Testament, Philosophy, and Ethics at seminary, college and secondary schools. He is a retired pastor of 25 years, currently teaching Old Testament and Historical Theology at Geneva Classical and Christian School of Boerne, TX.