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David A. Wheeler's Newly Released "A Cry for Relief: A Crooked Tree Is Still a Tree" Is a Powerful, Elegant Book That Speaks to All Those Who Suffer From Disabilities

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"A Cry for Relief: A Crooked Tree Is Still a Tree" from Christian Faith Publishing author David A. Wheeler is a resonant, compassionate book that addresses the issue of pain and long-term suffering in the life of a believer; discussing its impact on the spirit, and how one can draw on the healing power of God through ministry and loving caretaking.

MEADVILLE, Pa., Oct. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "A Cry for Relief: A Crooked Tree Is Still a Tree": an inspiring book for the suffering. "A Cry for Relief" is the creation of published author David A. Wheeler, a retired pulpit minister who resides in Cumming, Georgia, with his wife of sixty years. He is passionate about watercolor painting and children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Wheeler shares, "People are very concerned about my health, and they ask me all the time how I am doing. I feel like they think, because I look great on the outside, I look that way on the inside. They also hope that God has healed me. I tell them I am 'hanging in there.'

A judge who was ruling on my disability said that I looked like a young fifty-two-year-old man. He could not see on the inside! I wondered how an old fifty-two-year-old looks. I was fifty-three at that time, and I wonder what he would say now that I am seventy-seven. I was truly thankful to be a young-looking person on the outside, but it didn't help my feelings on the inside.
It's true, God has not chosen to heal me. I don't know what the future holds, but George Bailey, a preacher in Dallas, Texas, once said in a sermon during a campaign for Christ in Mobile, Alabama, that he did not know what the future holds, but he knew who holds the future (God). I feel the same way about the future."

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, David A. Wheeler's new book is a beautiful attempt to open eyes and hearts to train more caretakers to minister to those suffering chronic physical pain.

Wheeler generously shares from his own personal struggle with a serious debilitating spinal injury, and the resulting osteoporosis and arthritis, to illustrate the very real power of God and community in his own life.

View a synopsis of "A Cry for Relief: A Crooked Tree Is Still a Tree" on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase "A Cry for Relief: A Crooked Tree Is Still a Tree" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about "A Cry for Relief: A Crooked Tree Is Still a Tree", contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.


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