Item description for One More River to Cross...: ...But Lord, I Can't Swim by Helen Swift...
Overview God has Brought Helen Swift through the valleys, the mountains, and the fires, but now she faces her greatest trial: the river. Standing on the bank with everything she perceives would help her cross to the other side, Helen discovers she must abandon them all. She must forsake her fears and trust God as He calls her to launch into the deep, listen to His voice and attempt to cross the river-empty handed. As you journey through her life in One More River to Cross, you will come to know Helen intimately. You will share in her trials and triumphs and will weep and rejoice with her. You will be encouraged by her testimony that shows that, despite the plan of the enemy, God always has a greater glory.
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Studio: ACW Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.35" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2001
Publisher ACW Press
ISBN 1892525313 ISBN13 9781892525314
Availability 0 units.
More About Helen Swift
Swift is the founder and pastor of the House of Refuge in Newark, Delaware. She holds a B.A. degree in Sociology and an extensive background in the mental health field.
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Using Openess as an Invitation Nov 3, 2000
Helen tells a story about a life that would have encouraged many to drop out, become a substance abuser, or a person that turns their life completely against God. After horrendous early life experiences, she grows into adulthood and finds herself suffering from some of the same mistreatment. All the while she shows how her journey with Christ keeps her safe and sound as life takes her through some rough seas. This is a must-read for anyone - male included - to see how the actions that we do to a spouse or a child can have lasting effects throughout a life. It also shows how holding on tightly to God's word and his promises can take one through anything. Helen leaves nothing out as she opens her soul and shows her fears as an invitation to all to get to know Him who brought her out. A great and triumphant victory.