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Lynda

From Accident & Trauma to Healing and Wholeness

by Lynda Scott

Jacket

Paperback
Price: £9.99
Publisher:Sovereign World from Joining the Dots Distribution
Published:November 2010
ISBN:978-1-852-40539-7
Review:
This is an inspiring faith filled testimony to the love of God and his healing power.
Lynda has already trained as a nurse and been involved with outreach to the homeless in Sydney, Australia. She was fired up to serve Christ and went on a course at the Mission Training School despite not having a call from God to become a missionary. She was eager to join with other young people passionate about the Lord. The course involved physical Faith Trips, and it was on a badly run hike that she fell 30-35 feet into a ravine and was badly injured. This is the story of that event and the pain and suffering that followed, but it doesn’t stop there! Lynda attends a Health Care in Christ conference where the speakers are Peter and Fiona Horrobin of Ellel Ministries and all present were witness to the miracle of Lynda’s healing described in detail here. It was not only Lynda’s life that was changed.
Still not the end of the story or of Lynda’s suffering, but as the cover shows, Lynda has come through the tragedy of losing two babies before birth and one as a cot death, to fulfilled motherhood and with her faith in a loving God intact.
A truly wonderful story.

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Reviewer: Mary Bartholomew   (16/04/11)

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