For anyone suffering with a debilitating or terminal illness . . . there is hope!
When young mother Gayle Taylor experienced incapacitating symptoms, she didn’t expect to spend the next decade fighting for her life. What started as occasional minor weakness suddenly became extreme fatigue, severe respiratory problems, pain throughout her body, mental fog, memory failure, and physical debilitation that made even the simplest of tasks feel monumental. After more than three years of doctors trying to identify her problem, she finally received a diagnosis—lupus, a disease with no cure.
As her health deteriorated, Gayle’s life became a miserable journey of survival as a prisoner in her own body. But in her darkest valley, as she planned her own funeral, the Lord spoke to her through Deuteronomy 30:19 and told her to choose life. She realized this was not only a battle of the flesh but of the spirit. Through much suffering, surrender, and prayer, God taught her lessons she could learn only by walking through this season. In this journey of faith, the Lord ministered to Gayle and carried her to the mountaintop of rejoicing.
This book is a powerful testimony of God’s deliverance and healing power—an infusion of hope and joy to inspire you to believe for your own miracle!
About the Author
Gayle Taylor taught Sunday school and led the girls’ youth ministry for many years and currently serves in other areas of her church. A speaker at Christian women’s gatherings, she has served Aglow International on the executive board of the Sumter, SC, chapter, and as president of the Andrews, SC, chapter. She is passionate about intercessory prayer, often ministers to those who contact her for prayer, and has been a part of intercessory prayer groups for two churches. She and her husband, Jimmy, live in South Carolina, and have four children, sixteen grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
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An amazing experience and revelation!
“I am very glad this book and I have crossed paths! Gayle Taylor has reasons to rejoice in her healing from such a debilitating disease! And she faithfully and confidently gives credit to whom it belongs—to a loving God.”
Keith H. Carter
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