Pamela Scott Strich hails from the foothills of the Catskill Mountains of New York. In her youth, she developed a great love for prayer, poetry, and writing. After attending Fisher College for Women in Boston, Massachusetts, she enjoyed a career in the hospitality industry. Pamela has lived in the Charleston, South Carolina area for more than thirty years. During this time, she wrote numerous articles as short faith-based essays. Her articles can be found in periodicals from the Charleston area. Her writings, combined with community services that she participates in, caught the attention of Charleston's Post and Courier newspaper. On December 31, 2005, she was featured in its monthly article "High Profile," which inspired this book's beginning. A quote from the article explains, ..".she believes in divine appointments-moments, opportunities, and chance meetings that can change our lives." Her book addresses the meaning of divine as, "of or relating to God; proceeding from God," along with the word revelation defined as "something that was not previously known." Her experiences and understanding point to revelation accompanying the divine. This understanding was reinforced while writing this book during recovery from a life-threatening bout with cancer. Pamela's ministry experience past and present includes the following: Minister of Intercessory Prayer and Inner Healing, Prayer Coordinator for Seacoast Church of Mt. Pleasant, SC, March For Jesus, National Day of Prayer, Gatekeepers (prayer support for Pastors and Church leaders), Forgiven and Set Free, and Silent No More are just a few of the volunteer projects she participates in or has organized in Charleston's community and Low Country region. Her longevity with Seacoast Church for nearly 20 years and coordination of multiple church, community, and statewide projects affords her delightful acquaintances, great friendships, and a wealth of wonderful fellowship.