Reseña del editor
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 This morning during my devotions, as always, I declared Zechariah 3:2 while praying. In doing so, I felt led to change the title of this book from, “GOD YOU are Sooooo Good, I Just Can’t Stand It!” to “Snatched From the Fire”. I’ve heard it said that lightening doesn’t strike twice in the same place. Well, who “wooda thunk” someone could be snatched from a fire twice? During this particular prayer time, I was reminded that in addition to being pulled from a truck fire that Labor Day week end in 1966, I made JESUS the LORD of my life in 1985, there by having both my spirit and physical body snatched from the fire. Thank YOU JESUS. I once heard a pastor touch on the subject that you can argue with a person all you want about doctrine. There are so many doctrines about the Bible, doctrines about what happened, how it happened and where or when something happened. However, when it comes to something that has happened to me, no one can dispute or tell me of what I know I have experienced, the impact it had on me, or how it made me feel. No one can dispute what I know JESUS has done for me. Thank you for that teaching Apostle Robert King of Harvest Christian Church, Detroit. I have been wanting to write a book for several years now. Maybe a prayer book, a book on relationships, … naaaw. I tried writing those kinds of books, but I never seemed to get enough material or inspiration to actually finish the book. Being thankful, how do you thank GOD enough? You can’t. I can never thank GOD enough for all that HE does for me. If I look at the miracles that HE does for me on a daily basis, I just gotta stay in continual thanks. Also, life experiences, how does one exhaust the lessons we have learned in our lives, the lessons that have helped me to know the LORD more intimately? And memories, the good, the bad, the seasons, the holidays, the events that bookmark our lives and the rites of passage that pebble our milestones. That’s what I want to communicate. In watching the television program, "American Idol", the judges always tell the contestants to make the song their own and don’t try to be like anyone else. That is what I am trying to achieve in this book. I never wrote a book before. I don’t know of any rules or regulations that say a book has to be written in a particular way. So, I’m just gonna write as thoughts come to me, not in any particular order. I feel a lot of artistic liberty in using this method. As I get older, I see many folk, as they age, because of disappointment, rejection, or offense, they turn bitter, angry, and resentful. They nag, nag, nag and whine, whine, whine. Consequently, the results of these negativities are criticism, condemnation, complaining, comparing and justifying. My way of combating these negativities is to be thankful and have a meek and quiet spirit, and to be mindful of what I speak. Even though sometimes it’s challenging, I try to replace those negativities with thankfulness. I hope this book is encouraging to those who read it. IHS, Bernice E. Malinowski (aka Bruncha)
Biografía del autor
Bernice (Bruncha) Malinowski was born/raised in Detroit, MI. She was a teenager when the Motown sound was in its prime.She enjoys sewing, quilting, crocheting, and spending time with family and friends. Her greatest passion is seeing folk set free from the bondages of sin and being born again and serving GOD. She has many, many testimonies of what JESUS has done for her, and will pray for you at the drop of a hat. As you read her autobiography, you will see some of the trials and tribulations she has gone through that makes this book very interesting to read. Enjoy.