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Don't Count the Valleys by Linda Wiebe

Don't Count the Valleys

by Linda Wiebe

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"Linda was a sleeping Christian that was awakened by God's Holy spirit and her
life is a testimony to that fact. Her desire was that her life or her death
would cause sleeping Christians to be awakened, quickened by the Holy spirit of
God, the Wind. How can you not count the valleys when they are so many and so
deep? The valleys are hard and deep when we try to work our way though them,
but if we allow the 'wind' of the Spirit to carry us along, then they tend to
create an updraft which takes us higher." --back cover
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