Let Faith Arise!
“Ronnie Dauber was staring death in the eye when she stepped away from what the doctor was telling her to do; put her faith in God and go a different route. She wasn’t healed overnight, but eventually with lifestyle changes she won out over the cancer.
Let Faith Arise is what Ronnie learned about faith and healing. She went through the refining fire and came out as pure gold. She had help from friends and family to stand by her through her trials and came out the victor.
Ronnie was already a Christian when she learned of her cancer. Rather then pour chemicals into her body with only a three-month life expectancy, she and her husband decided on an alternate route. With prayer and faith, she tackled the seemingly impossible task of changing her lifestyle to save her life. It was do-or-die. She did it and can testify that faith carried her through.
She reached out to God with the belief that he healed her, but she needed to do the things that would build up her body and mind. She went on a very strict vegetarian diet eating only organic foods. She leaned on her family and her friends for support.
They read and studied the Bible and believed what they read. The more they prayed and put their faith into practice, the clearer it became that she had made the right choice. God did the healing, now it was her turn to put healthy food into her body to nourish it back to health. She is now cancer free.
Let Faith Arise! is about the path she walked “in the valley in the shadow of death” and how she arose victorious because of her steadfast faith.
She writes about what faith is and how to build it up. Jesus said that if you had faith the size of a mustard seed, you could tell the mountain to move and throw itself into the sea. Ronnie’s faith moved her “mountain” and threw it into the sea.
This book clearly defines what faith is, how to obtain it and how to maintain it to keep it alive and growing. Feed it regularly on a diet of Bible reading and prayer. Exercise it daily with studying God’s word and living according to his plan. With proper care your faith should thrive and become strong.
The final chapter is her personal testimony of what happened to her, ending with, “With faith, all things are possible.”
...Ruth Ann Hixson, author and book reviewer, U.S.