In less than one minute, I’ll share with you part of my “heart” story …
For Judith Briles, too many times it was a sink or swim scenario … but first, she had to learn how to tread water! Resilience became her middle name.
Does your life sometimes feel that its too long, too hard and not fair? It did for Judith Briles.
As an award-winning author, her personal journey has been littered with NOES. Two of her children have died; she survived a life-threatening illness leaving her paralyzed several months; survived a divorce that the tabloids would have relished; overcame cancer; and lost everything she had built when a partner embezzled over a million dollars leaving her without any assets but family, friends … and herself.
For Judith, too many times it was a sink or swim scenario … but first, she had to learn how to tread water! Resilience became her middle name.
Broke and broken, she had to start over … one step, one breath, one heartbeat at a time. Within When God Says NO, she reminds YOU that you are not alone when bad times surface. They will … they do.
If you have experienced hurt, betrayal, fear, failure, critical illness, tragedy, or loss of a loved one and asked or thought: Why? or lamented, If only … or Why did this happen to me … to us? When God Says NO is written for you.
Despite the numerous setbacks in her life, or rather, because of them, Judith Briles found the tools to help her overcome any obstacle. Get ready to embrace the joy of living, even when tragedy is in your midst. When God Says NO will change how you think; how you act; and maybe your life.
In a deeply, introspective book, Dr. Judith Briles speaks from her own experiences (the loss of a baby and 12 years later, the loss of a teenage son) to show how she overcame her grief through faith and prayers. She says, “When God says no or not yet, the frustration or disappointments shouldn’t send believers into a tailspin. This is an excellent resource for anyone who is grieving.
—Book Browsing with the Pendletons