Why doesn't Amy need glasses anymore? Where has Chuck and Alex disappeared to? And why can't the Whole World officers get an aerial pic of the suspected hiding place of the Christians? God's Armory is the key to every mystery. Get ready for the ride of a lifetime.
Anita Tosh lives in Northern California with her husband of almost fifty years and their little Schnoodle, Mitzi. She is a lover of the word of GOD, has taught Sunday school, Bible studies and at ladie's prayer groups. She also loves gardening and cooking.
Amy was a lonely young woman. Her father passed away a year before and all the care of her mother fell to her. Mom had had a stroke that left her unable to communicate in a normal way, so she always needed someone with her.
Amy developed cataracts on both eyes at an early age and still needed thick glasses -- which have also hindered her social life.
All of this was about to change.
Read "God;s Armory" to see how her life is turned upside down for the better.
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Amy looked into the mirror. She felt tired, lonely, and depressed. A face with mousy brown curls and coke bottle glasses looked back at her. After all the eye surgeries she still needed these thick glasses. There was just no way you could put glass that thick into designer frames and make them look good. She sighed. The only good thing to happen to her that day was Alex coming into the store. She replayed the encounter. His dimples showed when he smiled. She sighed. A smile came to her face as she heard his voice saying her name. She rose and went to get her purse. Digging through it she found the card he had given to her and checked the time. She miraculously had the day off. She knew where she would be tomorrow morning. There was even a health aide to help her mother while she was gone.