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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Faith like Fire opens at the graveside of a cancer victim and moves through the tragic deaths of Owens loved ones. She confronts challenging questions head-on during this time: Where is God now? Is He the same God today as in the Bible? Her struggles guide us in confronting our own difficult questions.
And when her faith's fire is lit following the miracle healing of her own incurable disease, Owens finally sees the purpose of the suffering as well as the wonderful things in this journey called life. To be engulfed by an all-consuming God is to dig deep into our core beliefs and risk shaking up our orderly faith. Are you ready to feel faith like fire and see God for who he really is?