Sandra Darlene Davis
I hope you like my devotional. I wanted to be a writer when I was growing up, but my life took different turns. My name is Sandra Darlene Davis. I am 70 years old at the time of this writing.
It took me a while to write my first book. For the past twenty years, I have lived in rural Alabama. Around here we say, “It’s the back side of nowhere.” On my mini farm, I have three miniature horses and a miniature Chihuahua. As a semi-retired person, I find time to play tennis and pickle ball. Occasionally, I get to go horseback riding, which is also one of my favorite activities. I like to kayak, hike and walk my dog.
I have two daughters and grandchildren. Both daughters are married and live in distant states. I love to travel, but most of my recent travels have been to visit my family.
Aside from now being a writer, I do still work some. I love working for the Great Physicians Clinic, which is a mission of Albertville First Baptist Church in Albertville, Alabama. We offer free vision care, glasses, and dental care for those unable to afford those services. I help the dentists and optometrists in the care of the patients. I am a Licensed Practical Nurse, and I do health screenings and give influenza vaccines on a part-time, as needed basis.
That’s a summary of what I’m up to these days. I have had a long busy life, so it would fill volumes to tell you of my past experiences. If you would like to know more about me, you can visit my webpage at www.whosoeverpress.com or visit www.sandradarlenedavis.com. I would love to get feedback from my readers. I know this journal has helped me grow as a Christian. I hope it does the same to you.
Everyone has fears, worries and insecurities, but that is not God’s plan for us. He tells us that over and over again, more than 365 times, in the Bible. God says, “Fear not,” ”Do not be afraid,” “Do not worry,” or to trust in him and he will be our strength, comfort and refuge. This book is a daily devotional, containing His words, about trusting Him. The book goes in chronological order starting with January 1 in Genesis and ending on December 31 with Revelation. Each day the author writes a short, simple, relevant prayer to go with the verse. The purpose of this book is to help the reader live every day with strength and courage by reading God’s word and asking Him for help.