God Told Me No!

A true story about how a victim survived overwhelming adversities, total paralysis, and death.

by Shelli Whitehurst & Frank Whitehurst



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/7/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781664251564
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781664251588
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 136
ISBN : 9781664251571

About the Book

This inspiring and emotional journey takes you down the path of a victim who faced numerous adversities, total paralysis, and death. Even so, during this horrific time, God told her no! This is a story about spiritual warfare, victorious courage, and unrelenting attacks that seem insurmountable. Although surrounded by overwhelming adversity, the victim was comforted by enlightening signs and miracles that overshadow the desolate atmosphere.
This tragic story incrementally evolves into an account of faith that never wavered, hope that never faded, and the everlasting support, love, and devotion that helps healing. Most compelling is how God steps in with perfect timing that energizes, rejuvenates, and strengthens faith. This perfect timing is interlinked to occurrences that authenticate and form milestones of faith. Reflection on these events reveals joy may be best experienced with the presence of God during tribulation and affliction.
The book identifies tools for surviving attacks, and for winning a spiritual battle; such as, the useful Twelve Factors for Successful Healing and the Twelve Factors for Caregiver Success identified by the authors.
Comments taken from readers in a presale book viewing were: (1) “Your book is one of hope and miracles.” (2) “It made me feel like anything is possible.” (3) “I cried happy tears.” and (4) “This is a must-read for everyone facing major issues in their life.”

About the Author

Shelli Whitehurst has 27 years tenure teaching science. She holds a Master’s degree in environmental science, and secondary administration and supervision.
Frank Whitehurst has 30 years tenure in the criminal justice system. He holds several degrees including a PhD. During his 16 years tenure in higher learning, he has served as an assistant professor, college chair, and program director and developer.
Frank and Shelli have both published in scholarly and professional journals. Frank and Shelli live in Powhatan, Virginia.