Dr. Mitchell N. Miletello, a graduate of Texas Chiropractic College batch '95, shares his realizations about God's love and the role it plays in our lives.
Growing up in a Christian home, Dr. Miletello had experienced the love of God and His ever present guidance. He expresses his thoughts and emotions through artistically writing them down in the form of poems.
Ever since when he was a young boy, God had always reminded Dr. Miletello about His great and abundant love for Him. In one of his poems, he expressed his fascination about the stars in the night and how much it proves God's existence. The stars reminded him of how Jesus is guiding us even in the dead of the night and in the darkest of places.
He also invites his readers to truly accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. To fully give him the driver's seat and let His will be done in their lives.
He had also emphasized the importance of being aware that we live in the flesh and that we should be aware of the enemies and principalities that we can't see as stated in Ephesians 6:12.
“For we are not fighting against flesh and blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.”
The book has received positive feedback with one reader saying, “Inspiring, motivating, faith building and sweet. Thank you Dr. Miletello for sharing your heart, your struggles and your faith in a God Who has taken our place and has done our part. Your poems are precious.”
Truly, the book can strengthen and rekindle someone's faith in the Almighty. If you feel like you need an awakening for your faith and relationship with the Lord, or know someone who does, grab a copy at: https://theanswerishere123.com/shop/
Author: Dr. Mitchell N. Miletello
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: November 2020
About the Author
Dr. Miletello graduated 1995 at Texas Chiropractic College. He is from Monroe Louisiana. This book is also dedicated to his parents who are with the Lord, Mitchell and Virginia Miletello.
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