As a young woman practicing medicine, Miss Lilian B. Yeomans became hopelessly addicted to drugs. Her medical colleagues could offer no help, and her friends gave up hope, convinced that the addiction would eventually cause her death. Her freedom came when a minister burdened for Dr. Yeomans prayed unceasingly for her and pointed her to the Word of God. For 40 years she then became a popular Bible teacher and writer. She died in 1942.
Yeomans was a medical doctor addicted to morphine. This book tells of her desperate search to break free and the answer she finally found: God.
Lilian Yeomans gave up her medical practice and then for the rest of her life-some 40 years-was a popular Bible teacher and writer, inspiring thousands to believe God for healing as well as for salvation.