Divine Ordinariness by Catherine W. Scott
A retired psychotherapist and spiritual director, Catherine Scott tells the stories of her years witnessing others’ healing, and her role in the application of spiritual guidance in individual lives.
A combination of stories of healing and the guidance which governed them, “Divine Ordinariness” is a deeply personal account.
Catherine has given the reader plenty of space for journaling and processing her/his own inner dialogue with the Divine.
Reviews of Divine Ordinariness
“Starting with an autobiographical introduction about her spiritual search, the author charts a course of ‘living the mystery’ through some astonishing wake-up events.
She became a healer and deliverer from dark forces by groping her way along, reluctantly at best.
Thus she learned to trust that God would always come through – often in the zero hour – and her continually surprising faith began to take over her life.
She says ‘Each new healing or deliverance experience has become an unfolding series of revelations – the startling fun is in the newness, the unpredictability, the Who? Me?, the outrageous grace!’
“Halfway through, she discovered she was no longer writing, but was becoming a channel for God. Sometimes Jesus, sometimes Holy Spirit, the writings are practical, common-sense guidance.
Joking, probing, uplifting, course-correcting- God says it all in three dozen clear pages – how He can be found, though we struggle as if through broken glass in the dark, hands-and-knees crawl.
“Retired Mennonite pastor Dr. Clayton Swartzentruber said, ‘i picked up your book again last night and read half through. I could not lay it down. A combination of journal, stories, testimonials, miracles and pure friendship…good.”
- Spiral-bound: 152 pages
- Publisher: Well Healed Press; 4th edition (2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0990807010
- ISBN-13: 978-0990807018