Laura J. Marshall is a victim of assault. The attack left her with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, affecting her life with fear. She has written about her experience in a short daily devotional that uses Bible verses and recounts her own experience, to instill faith in others.
“A Mom's Battle Cry to Overcome Fear” is short. If read daily, it takes a week. If read all at once, it takes a few hours. It doesn’t go into great detail, but it does quote relevant Bible verses on the topic of fear. It reassures the reader that just like Job, Moses and other great Biblical characters, one can face what they are afraid of by relying on faith.
The book also reinforces a belief in the Holy Spirit, of a still small voice that speaks to us to protect us from harm, to lead us to the right answer, to calm our fears in time of trouble. I have heard this still small voice myself, and know that this part of the story is very true.
This book isn’t a magic cure-all for fear, but it is a good, quick read that will assure the reader that they are not alone in whatever challenge they face.
Laura Marshall has also penned other similar works; A Mom’s Battle Cry to Love and Be Loved, and A Mom’s Battle Cry for Health and Beauty.
For more information, see http://www.amazon.com/Laura-J.-Marshall/e/B00BHXSMNQ