It was October when I first heard a small, gentle voice, telling me to climb the mountain, one step at a time, to reach the mountaintop. This was a time I spent alone, walking with the LORD God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. I was informed to not be afraid, that I would be taken care of and to watch where I put my feet.The author reveals her emotional journey, enabling the reader to experience God's Wisdom and guidance. Merle has the God-given ability to invite her readers to participate in this same type of spiritual odyssey, by outlining the scripture readings, thoughts, questions and prayers she experienced in a way that the reader can take a similar journey of thought with ease.This workbook has 40 lessons for dealing with everyday living and the situations that may occur in people's lives. It prepares one spiritually and strengthens one to undergo what God has in store for each one of us. This workbook is ideal for individual and small group bible studies, and Sunday school classes.Merle Goldman Hogan was born into a family of Orthodox Jewish parents. She grew up in a Kosher home and was taught to follow God's laws, statutes and commandments. Her first book, "I'm A Jew I Don't Do Jesus," is her testimony: she shares how, through rough trials and tribulations, she became a believer in Yeshua. She and her husband, who reside in Georgia, are proud grandparents of three grandchildren.