A written statement to publicly declare your intentions, motives, or beliefs.
From the Latin manifestus — to manifest, to clearly reveal, to make real.
I have this mini eBook, just for you. It is the story of how I met God, right smack dab in the middle of my darkest sorrows.
It only takes a few minutes to read but I pray that it will stick with you longer than that.
It’s a poem, a testimony, a spinning of dusty words. Not anything profound in itself, but it was profound in my life and I pray that it will speak to you in yours.
“It’s more than a book– it’s an experience.” -Trina @ trinaholden.com
“Breathtaking!” -Ginger @ gingertruitt.com
“Poignant, heart-breaking, and heart-mending.” -Jessiqua @ memoirlifeblog.blogspot.com
“As someone who has walked through depression, I recommend Dying of Thirst. It will speak to your heart and your spirit.” -Symanntha @ failingathaiku.wordpress.com
“Honest and raw, [it] left my soul naked, open to truth.” -Naomi @ omily.me