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    An overwhelming and humbling journey

    Just a Little Girl by Victoria Sarvadi is quite an inspiring memoir. The author shares her spiritual journey from childhood to the present and makes the reader feel as if she is just sharing with a friend across the kitchen table. Even as a teenager she felt God's love in a transformational way and knew she needed people around her who were motivated by the Spirit of God to offer counsel and direction. In a near death experience, Victoria meets her guardian angel and begins to realize God has a plan for her life. Through financial highs and lows, physical health and illness, and a monumentally stressed life, the author shares how God molded her theological beliefs and continued to strengthen her belief in Yeshua. As she and her husband worshiped in and learned from different denominations she truly was just a little girl who was ready to let God use her. This is a compelling story of a woman who knew God had called her to seek Him, receive His truth and teach it and that is what she did. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Book Club network. A favorable review was not required and opinions are my own.

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