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Judy Rentz Shares a Motivating Story That Inspires Readers to Have a Will to Survive

By: WebWire

“Fighting to Survive” is an edifying memoir book written as a humble offering to readers who have been in difficult times in their lives.

This narrates a story of struggles searching always for anyone who could understand and offer compassion. And yet no help comes time after time. No one knows, understands, or even searches for information for the “Monster” that takes you to your knees, grabbing and holding anything to help you get through the unrelenting attacks that many times cause you to think you cannot survive. This piece was come up to let us know that we “sufferers” now have help. This factual writing has come up proves that God never leaves his children in distress. It's a proven promise that God will never leave us nor He forsake us.

The author recounts her six and a half years lying in gripping deathly pain, but eventually, God redeem and comfort her. Give her peace and wellness in every aspect of her life.

“God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow, or sun without rain, but He did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears, and light for the way.” –Anonymous

This inspiring, functional, and worthy reading book is best to share with family and friends.

Book copies are available at Amazon ( and other online book retailers.

“Fighting to Survive”
Written by Judy Rentz
Published by Xulon Press
Published date: December 11, 2021
Paperback Price: $9.90
Kindle Price: $4.99

About the Author
Judy Rentz is definitely a country girl and is proud of it. However, with her husband's job with JC Penney Co. they've moved from one side of the country to the other, seeing much and learning to meet people from all locations in the world. They had a great time showing their two children some wonderful sights in her amazing country. She loves all the people, but nothing has impressed her more than the upbringing she had in her small country area outside of Maryville, TN. She gave credit to her mother. Studying every afternoon was her lifeline. She told to her children many times about how the Bible would have us live. This is her most cherished memory and certainly has attributed to the person she was today, not perfect, but always forgiven.

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