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One Touch from the Maker

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Pat W. Kirk believes gratitude is the only gift the Lord wants from us. In One Touch from the Maker, people reveal their moments of healings, provision, salvation, and more.

Some of those stories are:

*Dead for three minutes after a heroin overdose, Steven didn’t like his out-of-body experience.

*Jan cried out to the Lord to heal her blindness. Was the healing service at chu

Perfect Paperback, 128 pages
Published March 30th 2008 by PuckettBrowne Publishing
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Jan 19, 2011 IrenesBookReviews rated it really liked it
What an uplifting book! If you are having a bad day or even a bad week reading some of the stories retold in this book will change your outlook.

The testimonies of other Believers are retold in a simple story like manner. You will marvel at the Lord’s presence when needed. You will rejoice for answered prayers and praise the Lord for his every day miracles.

This is a book worth owning!

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Apr 01, 2009 V.K. Sansone rated it it was amazing
Very good testimonies and stories of GOD's miracles in peoples lives. Makes you cry and laugh and more so helps
us to understand the goodness and mercy of the FATHER GOD
for HIS children. Good read!
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I worked in clerical and editorial when I decided to leave the job force to attend the University of Kansas. It was the years of "Don't trust anyone over thirty". I was thirty.

After I graduated with a degree in Advertising and Editorial Art, I found that my "advanced age" handicapped me in getting work. I don't know if it's stubbornness or perseverance, but I went on to work twenty-plus years in g

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