Wouldn’t it be great to have the power to heal? What if you couldn’t use it the way you wanted to but had a set of rules…I’m thinking most people would still think that it would be wonderful. Somehow, though, the frustration of not being able to use it might be more difficult than the joy in seeing it work.
Do you think that the world would leave such a person alone or would they hound them–maybe the government would get involved…
I get to see a lot of kids in my practice and all are battling various problems and disorders. Many times I have wished I had the power to heal them instantly; but God has blessed me with a career where I can touch their lives and help “heal” them incrementally. Even still, many will continue to battle throughout their lives and they are some of the bravest people that I know.
I wrote A Rose For Jonathan in response to my feelings about organ donation. For the sequel, Quiver, I chose to concentrate on a new power: the power to heal. Jonathan is given this wonderful power but his ability to use it is limited to chosen ones only. I’ve brought back the angels from the first book: Meris, Galdon, Nardic, and Flint and added a new angel, Ardis. The demons are back as well with Commander Bune and a new demon named General Malos. The news of a healer brings turmoil in the spiritual world and Jonathan is forced to leave the area to protect Rosie, the woman he now loves and the daughter of Pastor John. In this fast-paced sequel, the angels and demons fight to control Jonathan as he wrestles with the delimma of not being able to heal everyone that he encounters with a need. Both books are now part of what I have called The Angels and Demons Series. As of now, a third book has not been started but is being considered.
Quiver just won the fourth award for the series: The New Apple Book Award for Excellence in Independent Publishing.
I hope that you will take a moment to check it out HERE