Most of us have something to share about the way God has worked in our life – be it earth-shattering or consistently simple. 1 Peter 3:15 tells us always to be ready to give an account to others for the hope they find in us. For this reason, it is essential that we share our testimony with others.
Once I Was Blind, But Now I See is a testimony like I have never experienced before! It changed my life personally, and through it I came to know Christ, after many years of running.”
This book is one to read yourself and then pass on to others struggling with their faith. The miracles that God works in this man’s life, are breath-taking, and leave the reader unable to put the book down. Even after a period of time dabbling in the occult, and running from God – this man hears God’s voice – and he has not stopped hearing his voice. Many years later, many healings later, many miracles later…he tells all.
Once I Was Blind, But Now I See is a book written for all Christians, to give testimony to God’s ever-present hand in our lives. For those who are outside the Christian faith, outside the Catholic Church, or simply feeling distant and questioning if God is really here;
This book will transform your life.”
The book draws its readers into the same desire for communion with God and the Church, which Charles Piccirilli has personally experienced. There is a great need for this type of personal testimony today, addressing the lack of hope in our culture, to which John Paul II said;
To show faithful souls the unspeakable riches of the love of Christ.”
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