Introduction

The doctors had left David with no hope.  The family was scared.  They told Maria she may need to flee from her crazy husband.

God had other plans.

When it was all said and done, and after all the miracles they’d witnessed, one question remained.  Why does God allow people to suffer when He has the power to stop it?

Lamentations 3:21 (NLT) says, “Yet I still dare to hope when I remember this,” and goes on to say, “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”  (Lamentations 3:22-23, NIV).  David and his wife Maria have co-written this story about incredible trials and amazing miracles that have happened in their life together.  This is a true story of hope and God’s faithfulness.

(We would love to hear your feedback and comments as you read the story.)

Chapter 1: From Heaven to Hell

Chapter 2: Some Sort of Spiritual “Abracadabra”

Chapter 3: My Other God

Chapter 4: A Breath of Fresh Air

Chapter 5: Thunder in the Distance

Chapter 6: Here Comes the Bride (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 7: Honeymoon’s Don’t Last Forever

Chapter 8: The Storm Arrives (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 9: The Diagnosis

Chapter 10: Coping with Crazy (by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 11: Some Fight to Live – Some Fight to Die

Chapter 12: Craft Time with Abby

Chapter 13: A Life Sentence (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 14: Let There Be Light (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 15: A Calmed Storm to a Raging Battle (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 16: Unbelievable! (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 17: Why, God? (Co-written by Maria Kelly)

Chapter 18: Eat Your Peas

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