My Favorite Miracles (eBook)
True Stories Of God'S Power, Wisdom, Mercy, Grace, And Love
de Silver A. Fisher
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Genuine miracles of God are hard to deny, which lends to prove that God is real, and the Bible's claims about Him are valid and true. The brutally-candid autobiography of Silver Fisher, "e;My Favorite Miracles - True stories of God's power, wisdom, grace, and love..."e; is proof of God's being, His power, His purposes, and His promises. Silver recounts his life from a young age, through his adulthood, humbling himself to expose the miserable trails of his life: child-abuse, physical beatings, financial distress and poverty, starvation, homelessness, and other life-threatening circumstances. That, in addition to the personal struggles he unveils pertaining to his own life and failures according to the consequences of his own sins. Silver's point: Who else but the God of the Bible can continuously deliver from such trying circumstances in the ways he experienced?Silver tells his story with intense candor and humility. He states the situation, documents the miracle, and leaves the interpretation up to you. He does not attempt to explain why God did what He did. He allows you to examine the work of God as he experienced it, and see for yourself how God is real, and how it is possible for anyone to experience God's favor through faith in Jesus Christ. Silver admits that he wrote this book in order to encourage those who suffer from circumstances such as addictions, depression, fear, anxiety, and struggle with the consequences of past mistakes, whether walking as a Christian or not. If this describes you, Silver opens the window of his life to expose both humiliating and victorious circumstances, showing how God works to save sinners by His grace in real ways that satisfy the soul. The conclusion of Silver's testimony shows that the life of a true child of God is filled with struggles since the path from point A to point B is not always clear and comfortable. Nevertheless, this book is a clear illustration into the unchanging faithfulness of God to forgive the faithful, provide for the poor, repair the repentant, and honor the humble for His glory. Silver confesses that he should have suffered the deadly consequences of his weaknesses and foolishness, but the grace of God preserves those who walk by Biblical faith. The contents of this book prove God true.