Soul Sanctuary

Notorious nonfiction stories of romance, suspense, and miracles

by Herb Klingele

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/12/2018

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 382
ISBN : 9781504397971
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 382
ISBN : 9781504397964
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 382
ISBN : 9781504397957

About the Book

Herb graduated from high school, has a class A driver’s license, and is an operating engineer. Herb owns his own business, and he is also an arborist and a high-climber. He is a sergeant (USMC) and has a junior college AA business degree. He holds classes on how to win friends and influence people. Herb’s third wife had left him. She could not see any light at the end of the tunnel for him ever quitting drugs or alcohol. Praying to God, the phone rang at that moment; a call from a friend of Herb’s dad who at forty-three years sobriety never called Herb. Instantly, the mental obsession and the physical compulsion were lifted from Herb. Herb attended three alcoholics’ anonymous meetings daily and also checked into Kaiser Chemical Dependency and Veterans Administration Chemical Dependency. He is now fifteen years clean and sober. Why do bad things happen to good people? God loves us that much. Through spiritual discernment, this book may help others, also Herb’s first book, Soul Journey. With miracles of biblical proportion, Lacey intrigues Herb, an account every woman should read.

About the Author

Herb born Yakima Washington raised in La Honda California. Eldest of five, Raised without adult supervision learn to work hard. Cutting firewood, garbageman, heavy construction, any job physical. Married at 16, four children by the time he was 22. Notoriously riding Harley-Davidson, experimented in drug running, Given a choice prison or USMC by the FBI. Married three times and help raise four stepchildren. Logging his father’s property hit in the back with a widow maker. The answer to Herb’s prayer, severed five nerves at the spine without the use of his left arm, could not ride Harley-Davidson’s. Herb lost his arm to save his soul. With one arm Herb was still working hard, doing drugs and drinking alcohol. Nine years later Herb develops multiple sclerosis another answer to Herb’s prayer. Losing his feeling in his right hand, bound to a wheelchair.