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A Book of Blessings that we believe the Lord God has provided for us over the last 40 years.

Grosser

About the Author

Raymond Grosser
Grosser Eubank KY USA

I grew up in Glenwood MN in the 40's and 50's right across the road from the Soo Line depot. Renee grew up in Waite Park MN right across from the Great Northern car shops, so we both have a lot of railroad in our systems.

I became a transformed Christian in 1963 and I have sought to preach the Lord Jesus Christ where ever and when ever possible. Some of our greatest blessings have come in seeing others being transformed by the Spirit of the Living God.

Renee and I have enjoyed the hobby of model railroading and we have built models in a lot of different scales, Z-N-HO-O-and now 1.6 scale.

Writing this memoir and recognizing the blessings we have received has been a blessing in itself. We praise Messiah of Psalm 22 and Isaiah 53.

Publish Date  October 03, 2013

Dimensions  Trade  118 pgs   Color printing (on white uncoated paper)

Category  Biographies & Memoirs

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TODDOTT

TODDOTT says

You will not find in “The Book of Blessings” the polished literary craft of a seasoned author. You will not find poetic wordsmithery, the most provoking turn of phrase, or any of the other laurels authors offer each other in within the incestuous conclaves of professional publishers of contemporary media. What you will find is, “hospitality”, a welcome into an adventure. Ray reveals to you in a walking narrative through the adventure of his life, offering you his memories as though they are your own. In two parts, Ray unfolds first memories of a life that has now become a “second hand lion”, and second, follows with where this life has lead him. Take this walk with Ray.

posted at 04:08am Oct 07 PST

stubbo2

stubbo2 says

Easy and interest read until the religious part....I get confused when pondering "Pre Adam" discussion. Grosser is much more colorful than his writing reveals....I still think there is a future in Jerusalem Artichokes. Thumbs Up!!

posted at 02:01pm Oct 05 PST

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