Illness, loss, hardship, grief, death... all these unthinkable assaults on the spirit are the very real trials each of us is called on by life to try to endure, to understand and to move beyond without embitterment. It’s a very tall order. Most of us turn to God for solace... but sometimes, when hard-pressed, we don’t just ask for help... instead, we rail or demand answers. Sometimes we cry or beg or plead, or simply sob out our frustrations in desperate human words, and then feel guilty about having been so bold. We’ve been taught by churches that formality equals reverence, but Cathy Cash Spellman came to believe quite the opposite is true. Nobody rails at God without believing with absolute certainty that S/He is there and listening. Cathy had begun to write about the anguish of terrible loss after her very unexpected divorce and the death of her father... but as her daughter Cee Cee faced terminal illness, and began to ask her mother to write about what you really long to say in prayer when you are in desperate straits, this moving little book grew to be both an outcry to the heart of God, and a profound Act of Faith and Love. Written as prose and poetry, Snowflake from the Hand of God is a book of uncommon prayer, offered in the hope it might help others who are being sorely tested by illness, divorce, loss, death or any other assault on the spirit, find their way on the rockiest parts of life’s road.
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Best-selling author, Cathy Cash Spellman has written five books that have been New York Times and International Best Sellers in hardcover and paperback. Her books include: · So Many Partings · An Excess of Love · Paint the Wind · Bless the Child · The Playground of the Gods · Lark’s Labyrinth They’ve been sold in 22 countries, and Bless the Child, starring Kim Basinger and Jimmy Smits, was a successful Paramount movie in 2000. Cathy is an Astrologer and has written extensively about esoteric subjects from metaphysics to healing and mysticism. She has both practiced and written about a wide variety of healing modalities, including Cranio Sacral Therapy, Polarity, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine, Qi Gung, Native American Shamanic Healing, and Spiritual Healing. She holds Black Belt rank in Goju Ryu Karate and teaches both Women’s Empowerment and Energy (Qi) Workshops. She has been a monthly columnist for Mode and Grace Magazines, Sweet16.com and Astromessenger.com. She has written for Mademoiselle, Self, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Town and Country, and Kung Fu magazines on health, energy, beauty, sexuality, woman’s empowerment and many other topics. Cathy invites you to visit her website at www.cathycashspellman.com
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