Depending on God in the Darkest
Moments of Life
Lost a loved one, stripped away of every worldly possession layer by layer – if it were you, what will you do? Roger Richter, published author with an intimate experience of losing a loved one, financial distress and total collapse, shares a replicable lesson on how to find light in the darkest moments of life. Published by Tate Publishing, Fighting for God’s Promises is a treasure chest bequeathed to all Amazon who are seeking for answers, direction and a destination in life.
Roger Richter’s life had its ups and downs, but when his wife died and he faced bankruptcy, he suddenly found himself more in need of God than ever before. At the darkest point in his life, Roger was blessed with a sense of divine comfort and security. God showed Roger eight promises that he could depend on God to fulfill. These promises didn’t come to pass overnight, but as Roger depended on God, he found them slowly coming to fruition. He also realized that these eight promises aren’t only for him, they are for all believers – they are for you. As you learn from his experiences, you will learn that it is always worth Fighting for God’s Promises.
Take a journey with Fighting for God’s Promises as Roger Richter recall some of his life’s experiences. He quoted, “I would encourage you to look back on your own life and see God’s hand on your life. Be glad for your experiences and know that there is a purpose for your life. I hope and pray that he will reveal to you. Don’t expect to get all of the answers but seek him with expectation and willingness in your heart and you will not be disappointed”
Fighting for God’s Promises by is available on Amazon.
Fighting for God’s Promises
By Roger Richter
Genre: Christian Living
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Ebook: 132 on Paperback
About the Author
Roger Richter spent most of his adult working-life in the computer industry programming and managing sales people. He was a husband for thirty-three years until his wife passed away, and he has raised two sons