Cynthia D. Johnson


While growing up in Queens New York, life was full of joy and excitement. There were also times when I thought of the question “Why we were born, and what was my purpose.” I would stare out of the window many days with this question in my mind.

At age sixteen the family moved to Los Angeles where I prepared to complete my senior year of High School. Once getting through my senior year, I knew I had to make a decision as to whether or not I would stay in Los Angeles or return to New York. Many things changed in my life for the three year period I resided in Los Angeles. I finally made the decision to return to New York because that’s where my heart was.

At age fifty I rededicated my life to the Lord, began to study the bible and got grounded in the word of God. After a battle with breast cancer in 2003 I wrote in my journal to keep my sanity while undergoing chemo therapy. This later became a manuscript of my first book entitled When Giving Up On God is Not an Option.

This current writing is actually produced to let the reader know the many trials I had to endure this past seven years since the time I wrote the first book in 2005. The average person would not want to go on. All of the trials brought me to a place where I kept a journal again. After a definite prompting from the Lord on Father’s Day of 2010, I made the decision to write this sequel. I hope the reader will gain more knowledge about the spiritual realm through this book. I also share my thoughts on the Saturday Sabbath and why I feel it still applies today.

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His Grace Is Sufficient
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 43,960. Language: American English. Published: September 11, 2016 by Brighton Publishing LLC. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Professional Growth, Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Theology / Ethics
The purpose of this book is to guide the reader to a deeper understanding of how God’s Grace is sufficient in our lives, even through our most trying times. It also provides a better understand of the fourth commandment in keeping the Sabbath.

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