Divine Possibilities
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Catherine wakes from another alcoholic blackout and finds herself in a battle not only for her life and reputation, but also for her very soul. In the midst of a spiritual battle, Catherine is being confronted with choices - choices that will determine her ultimate destiny. Through the influence of the angel Sarephah, Catherine begins to open herself to the possibilities t...more
Paperback, 287 pages
Published October 31st 2010 by Createspace
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Jola
It is awesome! every encouraging! it is a MUST TO READ!
I am looking forward to second book of Divine Possibilities!

The author really brings out biblical hope and encouragement
for anyone who is addict or helpless or despair in life and the way
out is our COMFORTER AND SAVIOR it is JESUS! He is THE way,
THE truth, THE life!

Karen
Great inspirational story about a young woman fighting her inter-demons and personal struggle with alcohol. The story is one many can relate to whether it be your own personal struggle or one of a loved one. I highly recommend it.
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Dec 15, 2010 Patti Barone rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Patti Barone has a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from Ashland Theological Seminary. She enjoys weaving theological topics throughout her stories of faith, hope, and love. She lives in Northeast Ohio and works at Ashland Theological Seminary. She's also an adjunct instructor in College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences at Malone University.

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“Do not fear the story you do not yet know or understand. Come to the Author of your life and the Word spoken for you, so that a new story can be written.” Divine Possibilities” 3 likes
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