When a cherished loved one dies, you have a choice. However, that choice is usually blinded by the agonizing and paralyzing pain of grief. The choice may question your relationship with God. What would happen if you decided to never ask God why? What would occur if you decided to thank God during the raw pain? This is that story--my story shared to help others who crave to become better through a loved one's death. It is also a story for those who want to find goodness and joy during the darkness of grief. Richly Exposed is about calling out to God to help with the journey of facing cancer and then meeting my prideful self. It is the daily decision to rely on God, love God, and even thank God while He exposed my fleshful ways during the most difficult time in my family's life. I screamed to God wanting to be better and wanting to use this pain of losing my husband to transform me. And God showed up. It started with a decision--the decision to grip God's hand and not let go no matter what He revealed, no matter what He placed in my path.
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Dear Wanda: A Memoir of World War II is a very personal account of Onan Hill's life for four years in the military from 1942 to 1946. This long letter was written specifically for his wife and four children. So, it is sometimes intimate. The narration covers his enlistment in the Signal Corps and his work as a radio operator in Hawaii, his transfer to the Army Air Corps, and his training as a cadet to become a Navigator and eventually a Mickey Operator, a radar navigator, the one who does the bombing when there is an undercast. He survives a combat tour, returns to the States and washes out of pilot school, takes a refresher course and navigates C-54s across the Pacific. He is separated from the service as a Captain and undergoes a \let down\"" from four years of living with men only and then goes off to college.
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Book Description Tate Publishing, 2013. Book Condition: Very Good. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP84193904