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ENUMCLAW, Wash., Aug. 14 /Christian Newswire/ -- Does God really care about our lives or hear our prayers? Does He intervene at our time of crisis and change things for our good? Margaret White Long says yes. In her detailed biography, "Divine Intervention, When the Holy Spirit Speaks to You," Ms. Long relates story after story of specific instances in which she believes that the outcome was positive only because of her sensitivity to the direction of the Holy Spirit.
At the age of seven, young Margaret escaped a possible repeated molestation because she hid in just the right place at the right time. After experiencing the devastating loss of her mother, teenaged Margaret could have blamed God but chose instead to be thankful for every moment and the result was peace. In the workplace, Margaret's name and reputation were slandered but she stood her ground, relied on the truth, and came out victorious. Toward the end of her sister's life, Margaret was troubled that the Lord would allow continued suffering for her sister, but Margaret through the guidance of the Holy Spirit helped her sister to uncover hidden secrets, and her suffering soon ended.
In addition to these inspiring accounts, Ms. Long has included several original poems, her thoughts on the qualifications for a pastor from John 21:15-17, and a refreshing perspective on the Ten Commandments. Her poetry springs from the confusion, anger, and resulting joy that her trials have taken her through. Her insight about God's commandments touches on a wide variety of serious topics such as greed, abortion, and adult pornography.
Margaret Long states: "Isn't it wonderful to know our Lord and Savior is just a prayer away from helping us in our times of trouble? When we call on the name of Jesus, He is there to assist us. Sometimes answers come immediately. At other times we must face the storms of life that test our faith."
"Divine Intervention" is the story of Ms. Long's experiences in the fiery furnace and the joy that comes when the refining is done.
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