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Born Gifted and the Tragedy of the Same: A True Story about the Spiritually Gifted Life of Bernice Devotice (Mann) Stephens-Miller

Bernice D. Stephens-Miller

Pages: 162
ISBN: 978-145755-900-6
List Price: 20.00
Category: Health, Self-Help & Spirituality
Available: December 2017
Edition: Perfectbound

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The story of a Spiritually Gifted person who did not Realize the power of her Spiritual Gifts until late in life. The way God used her throughout her life to help others. The miracles God performed through her and the love of God witnessed by her.

Bernice Devotice (Mann) Stephens-Miller was born in Shannon Georgia. She moved to Akron, Ohio when she was two years old. For many years she heard God’s voice and saw visions as he instructed her to use her Spiritual Gifts to help others. At the age of twelve she had a life altering experience. Share with me the experiences of her lifetime, some wonderful, some tragic and assess for yourself the usefulness of these wonderful God given, living tools. If only we had the courage to depend on the extreme possibilities of our Spiritual Gifts while we are young, life would be more rewarding for everyone placed in our lives. Now at the age of seventy-four she has decided to tell her story.

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