Walking with a Limp

eBook (PDF), 108 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $1.99
When our spirit has been bruised so terribly we will always be affected by the pain. There is a difference between being crippled and walking with a limp. The disease is healed, but the effects remain. I am no longer an emotional cripple - but I do walk with a limp. "Walking with a Limp" is the true inspiring story of George McBride.
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  • By solvewhatcrime
    Oct 16, 2009
    “Walking with a Limp” conveys an incredibly powerful and moving story of one mans' journey from despair to destiny. The author is an inspiration and a testament to the strength of the human character. The story pulls you in and holds you as you begin to feel you are along side George on his rollercoaster life. I felt the agony - physical, emotional and spiritual and sprinklings of false hope that devastated and destroyed young George. I also felt the bliss and joy as the author allowed his spirit to be lifted by God. This is a must read for anyone that feels their life has no meaning, that they are too damaged to be healed. Incredibly written without preaching, I was left believing that I don’t have to be perfect to be saved. Kudos! Certainly look forward to more books from the gifted author in the future!
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First Edition v.4
George McBride, III
September 28, 2011
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