Take a giant
leap to Christianity with this book. If you have no time for boring theological
books then this book is meant for you.
Easy to read,
with practical tips on walking with Christ everyday makes it a must for everyone
to realize the power of God in our lives. Can miracles happen? This book
demonstrates that indeed they can if you take this leap and start to believe.
Karl Marx said “Religion is the opium of the masses”. But each day when we live
in safety and relative comfort is more miraculous than any of us would give
credit for. We only want life size affirmations that God is indeed present in
our lives and looks after us.
Do you enjoy
playing with Ouja boards and are drawn to tarot cards and astrology? Then perhaps
you will be attracted to this book which negates any need for these props in
Do you think you
are the author of your own destiny? Then consider this, ‘Man proposes but God
disposes’. This popular saying reiterates the power of God in our lives.
In this day of
instant answers obtained by a touch of a button people can’t be bothered to
pray and wait, they want instant solutions and answers. Faith is not like
instant coffee, but is nurtured in ones heart and is slow to build up.
a beautiful religion and deserves an explanation to clear common misconceptions
Dan Brown and
others may come and go with their theories and so called facts but Jesus Christ
lives on forever.
So here is a challenge – read this book with childlike
faith. Then watch the power of God working miracles in your life.
D’Sylva Lives in Navi, Mumbai. A former teacher, she is now a full time Home
Maker. She is a mother of three daughters and has a pet golden retriever called
travelled around the world but still loves India. Playing the piano is her most
favourite hobby besides her love for reading (an insatiable reader who can’t
resist a good book).
“I have been
writing all my life” she says. As a child, scribbling poems and stories was a
Winning a prize
in an essay competition at college made her realize she ought to take writing
seriously. In her teens she wrote for publications like the Examiner, Treasure
magazine, East Indian Journal and had a children’s page in Home life Magazine.
Weary of the
many books and films made to ridicule Christianity, she decided to write a book
to make people aware of this age old religion that has survived so many