Daisies & Thistles

Fellow Travelers on Life’s Journey

by Betty Street



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/14/2019

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781973661085
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781973661092
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 200
ISBN : 9781973661108

About the Book

God may have placed someone in your life to guide you toward his purpose—a family member, friend, or acquaintance who inspired or connected you with someone who influenced your decisions. In moments of crisis, unseen angels may have surrounded and protected you. Betty’s biographical account describes those relationships as divine appointments.

Remarkable stories are shared so that your interest may be piqued in the supernatural, recognizing the fact that we are not alone. God is always near, lovingly guiding us along life’s journey.

Fleeting, temporary, and lifelong acquaintances cross our paths. Some encourage us onward by instilling wisdom and advice. Others inflict pain, trap us, and are in need of forgiveness. Choosing bitterness keeps us stuck on that path. Forgiveness offers freedom and moves us forward. Inviting Jesus to walk with us allows us to be forgiven and enables us to forgive others and ourselves. Ultimately, God places people on our path for a purpose.

Do you recognize people on your own path who fit this criteria? If so, it is a definitive moment for you. Leave your troubles with God, and trust him completely. Celebrate the easy roads, and learn from rocky trails. Then give thanks to God and give him all the praise.

This book is meant to encourage you to view your life from a new perspective. Since the Lord is our loving, forgiving, and protective God, Betty suggests that you observe every incident that you have with other people and determine God’s part in it. You may encounter a divine appointment.

About the Author

Betty’s career spanned 29 years consisting of Drafting and Computer Graphic Design. Photography has been an interest as well. Betty was married to Dean for 53 years, raising two daughters together. Upon retirement, she began writing books for her grandchildren where they were the main characters of the stories. It resulted in publishing an instruction book. She self-published several books, recording family stories and photos; concluding with pictures and the history of her ancestors. Today she is living in an apartment for senior living, near her daughter. She enjoys spending time with Louise, her husband, and two grandchildren. She also likes visiting her second daughter and husband who live in a neighboring state.