I have finally finished my very first eBook, The One Who Knows Me: Inspiration for Personal Prayer. It's written especially for Christian/Christ-seeking women.
Subjects I cover include praying in the morning, afternoon, and night, praises, praying in church, praying in the natural world, and how to overcome certain prayer obstacles. My sources for writing this book are first, the Holy Bible, then personal experience, and then, books by other Christian writers, both past and present.
The book's title is a variation of the Hebrew name for God, "El Roi," which translates in English as "the one who sees."
To download your free copy, click the book cover above.
It is currently available as an ePub file.
Follow the link, http://www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/ to download Adobe Digital Editions, a free software that reads ePub files.
It can also be read on eBook readers that support ePub files, such as the iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, Nook, Sony Reader, and so on.
An excerpt from The One Who Knows Me:
"In our souls, God plants spiritual seeds that have the potential to flourish into spiritual fruits. When we pray, we water these seeds and give them the nutrients they need to form and ripen. The Holy Spirit gives us these fruits: love, peace, joy, patience, long-suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
We can ask for these qualities through conversation with the holy one. God will listen to our prayer and sometimes he will place us into trials in our lives that will help these fruits ripen in us. Other times, we will find ourselves gliding through our lives with ease because of God's generosity and grace, and not so much by our own merit or achievement.
Simply by asking God for these fruits, we may find ourselves more patient with others. We may notice a certain joy bubbling up inside us and we cannot help but smile. We may also find ourselves more confident and not desiring to defend ourselves from insults. When we pray for qualities we'd like, it helps to remember our ideal: Jesus."