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Restoration: Revolving Doors

Angela Davis

Publisher: Angela Davis

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Summary

Angela Davis has survived what many would consider the unspeakable. Restoration: Revolving Doors reveals her amazing journey as she discovers how the power of God can a change a human life, and even an entire family. Regardless of deeds steeped in unbearable pain, generational curses of drugs and alcohol addiction, unthinkable violence at the hands of the man she loved, and mental illness that would leave any person immobile, useless, or even dead... Angela must escape her revolving doors and find restoration. From the prison of the mind to an actual prison cell Angela shares how God's love through Jesus Christ freed her and gave her a new, fruitful life. Are you ready to be restored from your revolving door?

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