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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year...


Well it's nearing 2016 now Walter, and I want to thank you all for buying Miracles in Red and sharing our testimony with others. Our prayer is that you have a blessed, and safe new year! God loves us all and only wants us to trust Him. Faith in Him has brought us through a failed triple bypass, now 10 yrs later 2015, we're still thanking God for our miracle of healing. God is still sending the beautiful red cardinal birds. We believe in miracles! We hope that Miracles in Red will bless you, increase your faith, and that you will know how much God loves you! Miracles in Red available at Christian World in Blytheville, That Bookstore in Blytheville, at Barnes and Noble.comAmazon.com, and many online bookstores online. Published and sold by West Bow Press.com
Merry Christmas everyone!!!

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  1. Absolutely precious and beautiful. Congratulations to you both, Cathy and Walter! Such a blessing to All. (((HUGS))) and Love.

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    1. Thank you so much Barbara we learned a lot from your beautiful blogs, shares on Facebook.

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