Mandi's Miracle by Emeka Iwenofu

Mandi's Miracle

byEmeka Iwenofu

Kobo ebook | June 6, 2015

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Mandi’s Miracle culminates the Part II of The Miracle Trilogy®. It is set during the 1960s in Mississippi during the civil rights era and tells of one girl's struggle through personal adversity and hardship in order to persevere to carry out the “secret” told to her by her mentor and friend, Francine. Mandi Watkins is a bright, young girl who comes from a tightly knit black American family full of love and pride, whose faith is instantly tested when Mandi is suddenly struck with cancer at a tender age. Despite all the family’s efforts to save Mandi’s life, her health worsens to the point where she’s eventually told that she has only five months to live. 
   Overcome with grief, fear and bitter panic, Mandi’s mother, Thelma, who is also an enthralling character in the series, goes to her employer, Francine, in desperation to help save her child. Francine, upon learning this, takes on the proposition, offering basic and universal laws to conquer the challenge in the same way she was mentored years before. 
   Slowly, as Mandi uses the healing principles, Mandi and her mother ¬Thelma commend Francine enormously for her efforts, but in response, all Francine says is: “If you really want to thank me, share this information with someone else. Just pay it forward.” 
Attentive to her request, Mandi promises to do so, and grows up from her teenage years into adulthood, in a search to fulfill her mentor’s request, which happens in the unlikeliest of ways.

Experience a powerful story that has received critical acclaim regarding the God-given power of thought, intention, love, happiness and truth. This is a book that will not only change 
your life, but inspire the lives of those you love and care about. It’s truly a must-read!

Title:Mandi's MiracleFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 6, 2015Publisher:Hope Point PressLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990050763547

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