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Published also in 2017 This book is a problem as I can't get the image to download right way round. The cover for this book is a miracle. I am not a gifted photographer. I'm a simply focus the camera and press a button type of person. Hampton Court in England everyone else had camera focussed on the people and the grand buildings and all the dramatic things happening. I looked to the side and saw a swan on a small lake. I believe God spoke to me 'Be still and know that I am God'. I raised the camera and pressed the button the cover for PEACE is the result. This is why I believe it has a special anointing and deserves a place on the centre of tables in hospitals, nursing omes or private homes where beauty and peace needs to flow in life's hectic circumstances. Peace Picture is correct way round on here.
7th July, 2017
Today I received an email with a link to the e-book version of Legacy. It has astonished me now it is in Calibre my E-book management link. The story is actually 'out there' as an e-book already. It has been quite a journey! Financially a struggle and I still KNOW it is all about God to restore and replemish what is lacking. I am full of heart-felt gratitude that I have actually completed this book and also the Peace Meditation Book....both of these are significant goals in my life. Praise God!
16th July 2016. I am writing The Legacy of Limga. Many times have doubts I can do it but the story which follows on from Marranga-Limga certainly has captivated my heart. It is so hard to accurately pin down historical incidents and write them with the passion of the 'fiction' people who are living what to historians is often information. My family is also Christian which means that in a town of such rich historical background their path is somewhat different and what I am flowing with in a spiritual sense is quite profound and inspiring. When I begin to fill the whole is TOO BIG. one family......two world wars, yet the positive hope of LIMGA...That which lasts forever. (God Lives) The picture is my reminder today that what was (and insignificant) dreary looking end on a flower stem became the lily and surprised everyone. Such is the joy of life and the Promise of what can be.
Today I am simply trying to add the home phone number. My mobile is not working very well at home any more. Home Phone. 0754867297