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Healed through Cancer, and Other Adversities

10/16/2012 - 8:43 AM PST

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has ever wrestled with life's problems will find resonance with Mr. Littleton's words of his own tremendous challenges.

Healed through Cancer, and Other Adversities is certainly a testament to Mr. Littleton's Catholic faith and to the strength and support which this faith offers. The book is, at the same time, eminently accessible and understandable to people of all faiths, or anyone seeking to understand the comforts of faith. Mr. Littleton translates his deeply personal and profound spiritual struggles and thoughts into a style that is pleasing and easy to understand.
Rev. Msgr. Richard Soseman, Vatican City

Table of Contents
Praise for Healed through Cancer, and Other Adversities
Abbreviations and Permissions
Dedication
Acknowledgments
Prologue
Why Me? Heal Me!
Who Am I That Needs Healing?
Healing through God, But Does He Exist?
Healing through Poverty
Healing through Darkness
Healing for Soul and Spirit
Healing in Body
Healing in Mind
Healing through Trust and Surrender
Healing As Regards Family and Friends
Healing As Regards Others
Healing through Accepting God’s Ways
Healing in the Gift of Life
Healing through Humility
Healing through Mercy and Forgiveness
Healing in Accepting Myself
Healing in Accepting Others
Healing from Oppression and Fear
Healing through the Breath of Prayer
Healing through a New Language
Healing by the Bread of Life
Healing through Death
Healing through Redemption and Resurrection
Healing through Pouring
Healing through a Sense of Humor
Healing through Our Mother, Mary, Leading to the Word
Epilogue
Qualification
Random Healing Scripture Passages
Appendix
Bibliography
About the Author

Contact


http://www.healedthroughcancer.com/  IL, 60423 US
James Littleton - ,  708-309-2078

Keywords

cancer healed, cancer cured, hope, fortitude, trust, peace, Jesus, faith, Christian, Catholic, Chris

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