Sybert, a recovering stroke victim, knows all about living life in the face of adversity, and "The Kindness of Strangers" recounts some of the most important moments in his life, along with the tribulations that have tested him.
Covering everything from being baptized at age 12 to earning a bachelor's degree in engineering and struggling with alcohol addiction, Sybert writes openly about how his faith in God has helped him throughout his life. He also, as the title suggests, gives thanks for the kindness of strangers and shares stories of how they have helped him in many situations throughout his life. "People are kinder than you realize," he states.
An excerpt from "The Kindness of Strangers:"
"The sad part is that as we grow up and get older we meet more strangers and treasure them in our hearts. But the older we get we think of God more like a stranger. We have to make an effort to decide where God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and our Angels fit in our lives. When we do they are no longer strangers."
Most of all, Sybert shares how God has worked miracles in his life. Through anecdotes and illustrations, he communicates the importance of maintaining a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
"God is good and the Rapture is near," Sybert writes. "God answers prayer."
About the Author Paul W. Sybert earned a bachelor's degree in engineering and worked for more than 30 years as a business software programmer. Retired, he lives in Monterey, CA.,
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