Positive Christian Affirmations and Trusting God

World Peace Telesummit With Nancy Strong

World Peace Telesummit host Elaine Christine interviewed author and speaker Nancy Strong as a special guest to make a difference for world peace through education and awareness of a six-step Peace Process. Two years after surviving a near-death experience, Nancy had a dream she was an author, and the manuscript came through in subsequent dreams. Her book, Positive Christian Affirmations and Trusting God: One Year Journal & Devotional, is published by St. Paul’s Press and available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Click this link and listen to the audio replay: World Peace Telesummit With Nancy Strong. To download the interview and read in Adobe PDF format, click here: World Peace Telesummit With Nancy Strong Transcript.

Nancy shared her near-death experience after a pulmonary embolism in 2002. “My situation was so unique. One doctor walked in and looked at my chart. He said, ‘Good morning, Mrs. Strong. How are you today?’ I said, ‘You were the doctor that saved my life.’ He said, ‘How do you know that?’ I said, ‘I heard your voice on the telephone.’ He said, ‘Oh, my goodness.’ And then he sat down on my bed and said, ‘All right, I want to hear the whole story.’ The doctor had a similar situation once before, and the patient lived, so that made me realize I was going to live, even though I had been told to make final arrangements, that I wouldn’t live through the night.”

Nancy explained, “Two years later, My daughter-in-law Ronda had given me a dream journal that she had purchased for me at the Christian bookstore. I hadn’t been sleeping well, so she thought the dream journal might help. When I read the book and started doing the process to put pen and paper on the nightstand and write a few words about what the dream was about, which would bring back the memory of the dream, the first dream was that I was an author. Every night I would go to bed with that paper because I wanted to know what my dreams were.”

Nancy continued, “At some point, it gave me the title of the book. Then it gave me that it was a journal and devotional. It’s a marvel to me even today to think that that is how this came about. Once in a while, I put paper on my nightstand to ask questions about what is supposed to happen in my life today, or how I am supposed to change my life. I’ll ask any kind of question at night before I go to bed after saying my prayers, and it always gives me an answer.” Continue reading

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