By Gladys Clark Brown
By the time Gladys Clark Brown was once in her youngster years, her future appeared all too transparent. She had dropped out of highschool while she turned pregnant, and was once suffering on welfare to make ends meet with an abusive, drug-addicted wife. even though, God had an altogether varied plan for Brown, who as an alternative found a life-changing spirituality as a 7th Day Adventist Christian, in addition to a impressive profession spanning roles as an educator, counselor, church administrator, and extra.
Amazing Grace is her inspiring and wonderful autobiographical account of the seven a long time following her beginning in 1935. In it, she stocks either her trials and her triumphs, from her darkest days to the guiding gentle of the Holy Spirit. beginning along with her ill-fated starting as one among 5 young children of a unmarried mum or dad, Brown charts her personal amazing direction, rising from the destitution and discomfort of existence with a drug-addicted husband to retrace her steps and land a highschool measure, in addition to 3 masters levels past it. alongside the best way, her dedication to her God and church verified many times, that, in the course of the bleakest of instances, the Lord’s outstanding grace will lead the way.
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