An Invisible Hand
Belinda Johnson goes shopping one day, and miraculous healings start taking place in her presence. Yet there are certain aspects of this healing “gift,” she’s not at all pleased with. As she struggles with God, with this phenomenon and the unusual way in which it happens, she also faces an unexpected challenge with her new relationship. More
Thirty-two-year-old Belinda Johnson is sitting in her car when a girl in a wheel chair captures her attention. Seconds later, energy rushes from Belinda into the teenager’s body, and the girl is instantly healed.
Belinda awakens later, awed by the possibility that she participated in a real-live-like-in-the-Bible miracle. Yet, as time passes, she soon finds herself at odds with some of the circumstances regarding the phenomenon, and she struggles to understand God.
By her own admission, she prefers an uncomplicated life, but her life is further complicated by a new relationship that brings its own surprising problem.
An Invisible Hand is a Christian novella with unique demonstrations of healings, and praise and gratitude to God. It is rich with the wonderful interactions and camaraderie of family and friends, with just the right touch of romance, and with a cast of characters so real, you’ll feel certain you know people just like them.
Moreover, Belinda’s personal journey compels you to follow along and to put yourself in her place. How would you feel? How would you react? How would it affect you to suddenly become God’s servant of healing?
Praises for An Invisible Hand:
“This is a wonderful, well-written story with believable characters, and the subject matter is intriguing and thought-provoking.” ~L.W., reader
"I think this book could create a lot of controversy with what people believe but I chose to have an open mind and enjoy the book." ~Michelle Marble, blogger at
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"Author Kathy Golden has written a remarkable and heartfelt story of a young woman endowed with a healing gift. The author has skillfully depicted the character's thoughts and feelings as she confronts that gift." ~Lilian Gafni, author of the Flower From Castile Trilogy
"I prefer to read fiction as an escape. If I want more than that, I'll read a devotional or the Bible, so it's always refreshing to find an author who is able to balance the story with the Message, without getting too preachy." ~Amanda Beaty, blogger at Living, Learning, and Loving Life
NOTE: This book is a novella. Word count is approximately 27,492. The printed book is in Times Roman and a size 14 font.