Grandmamma's Prayers

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - 98 pages

GrandMamma's Prayers' records the godly influences made by a GrandMamma on the life of her Grandson. The book follows the authors' experiences from adolescence through adulthood. Just as life has its ups and downs, some of the events are humorous, while others at times are sad. Yet, the purpose of the book, to testify of the unbending faith in a Saviour that can never fail, remains intact!
The climatical moment comes after a series of trying events, which at first seem unfair. However, we are told in the Word that, " . . . all things work together for the good . . ." (Romans 8:28).
The book emphasizes how each person although called, must first accept this calling (this occurs at the moment of their salvation) before they can be placed within the framework of God's divine plan for their life. Without accepting this free gift, God's plans for our life cannot and will not be enacted.
GrandMamma's Prayers, beautifully portrays the old story and truth, "It's not I but Christ that liveth in me."

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About the author (2002)

James Langston is a retired a naval officer. He faithfully served his country for 27 years before retiring from military service in 2003. He is founder and senior pastor of the Pilgrim Outreach Ministries. James and his wife Cecilia have been married for more than 34 years and have six children and twelve grandchildren. They live overseas in Italy.

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