The Blessing Seer is truly unlike any book I've read before. It's a novella written in first person and here's a short blurb:
When God sends Addy a special messenger who challenges her to step from her comfort zone, she isn’t sure she’s up to the job. She feels inadequate to take on the task of encouraging others, and when she starts seeing visions, she worries she’s losing her mind.
What was so unique for me was while this book is fictional, I felt over and over again as I read it like I was sitting with someone, listening to them tell me their personal story. It didn't read to me like fiction book, but rather a testimony from a friend. And she challenges you in many ways. To listen for God. To be obedient to Him. To move outside of your comfort zone. To deepen your faith.
Now I've got to admit, I always am interested in what inspires a person to write the stories they do, and this time I just had to ask. Paula happily shared her story:
One last thing, The Blessing Seer is also intended for use by Bible study groups. Paula's included instructions and questions at the end of her book, and she'd love to chat with you all either here or at her blog--you'll find the link below.
Blessings to you all and have a fantastic weekend, friends!
paulamowery.blogspot.com Read more of her writing in her monthly columns on ChristianMagazine.org.