The Thread of Gold: God's Purpose, the Cross, and Me

The Thread of Gold: God's Purpose, the Cross, and Me

Jane Anderson / Dec 11, 2019

The Thread of Gold God s Purpose the Cross and Me This book The Thread of Gold God s Purpose the Cross and Me tells the true story of Jane Carole Anderson s twenty year journey through the Local Church of Witness Lee It reveals her discovery of t

  • Title: The Thread of Gold: God's Purpose, the Cross, and Me
  • Author: Jane Anderson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book, The Thread of Gold God s Purpose, the Cross, and Me, tells the true story of Jane Carole Anderson s twenty year journey through the Local Church of Witness Lee It reveals her discovery of the powerful and practical message of the cross, one that saved her from deception and revealed God s purpose for her life The author writes, When your goal is to know God,This book, The Thread of Gold God s Purpose, the Cross, and Me, tells the true story of Jane Carole Anderson s twenty year journey through the Local Church of Witness Lee It reveals her discovery of the powerful and practical message of the cross, one that saved her from deception and revealed God s purpose for her life The author writes, When your goal is to know God, you will find an amazing thread of gold being woven into the details of your life and circumstances That golden thread will be your very own, unique, personal experience of Him You will come to know Him as One who takes care of everything concerning you from commonplace things to the deeply significant matters of the heart I know Him as both the God who takes care of my washing machine and the God who wipes away my tears In His way and time, He will unfold the unique purpose He has for your life Ultimately, you and your thread of gold will remain forever, perfectly woven together with millions of others and their threads of gold into God s masterpiece, and put on display for eternity This is a love story between a believer s heart and the great and loving heart of God Journey with the author as God gradually wins her love and as He faithfully carries her through a long, dark valley of suffering to a place of peace, joy, and victory Witness the powerful message of the cross at work in her life and find yourself drawn to the One who suffered and died on the cross for you The background of this story offers a rare look at the inner workings of a controversial church in which the author was persecuted for her personal Christian beliefs It depicts the gradual development of an environment of deception and provides insight into how people seeking God can be caught up in such groups The lessons the author learned, the knowledge she gained about Christ and Him crucified, and the truth that set her free are invaluable As God s purpose for her life begins to take shape and her tangled experiences begin to make sense, a beautiful part of God s masterpiece unfolds one that God has skillfully and patiently crafted You will realize that you, too, have a unique place and purpose in His universal tapestry, one He is waiting to show you We at Protus Publications are truly thankful that The Thread of Gold has already been helpful to a number of people as evidenced by those who have given us feedback We continue to pray that God will put this book into the hands of all those whom He desires to receive it.

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    About "Jane Anderson"

      • Jane Anderson

        Jane Anderson was one of several pseudonyms used by Jane Ellen Jamison, born on 27 December 1926 in Los Angeles, California, USA, daughter of Frances Crooks and James K Jamison She passed away on March 5, 2014 at the age of 87 in Ontonagon County, MI She continued writing and publishing up until the final year of her life Jane Ellen published numerous books, both in paper and electronic format, as well as some articles She used a form of her maiden name, Ellen Jamison, and probably most famously her married name Jane Toombs She also used other pseudonyms Olivia Sumner, and Jane Anderson She also wrote as Diana Stuart in collaboration with Dee Stuart, and under the collective pseudonyms Rebecca Drury and Lee Davis Willoughby Her writing covered various romance genres such as gothic, suspense, contemporary, historical, paranormal, mystery, fantasy and horror.Jane was a member of a closed twelve author group of authors designed to promote each other called Jewels Of The Quill, where she s Dame Turquoise and has her own page at the site Jewels of the Quill This group has won many awards In 2006, Best Anthology Tales From the Treasure Trove Vol I , a Jewels of The Quill anthology with multiple authors The Turquoise Mask And again in 2008 the JOTQ won Best Anthology with Tales From The Treasure Trove Vol.III The Turquoise Talisman and we won Best Anthology once in 2010 with A Valentine s Day Anthology, Magical Kisses The Third Kiss.Jane was also a charter member of Romance Writers of America and belonged to several of their chapters Because Jane wrote for Harlequin for many years and they sell foreign rights, she has books published in many foreign countries in their languages Besides Harlequin, she wrote for other New York publishers in the past, but in the last years of her life concentrated on writing only for electronic publishing companiesPersonal History When she was nine months old, her parents, both teachers, took her to Michigan s Upper Peninsula, where she grew up most of her childhood Her father played a key role in encouraging her as a writer, who was, himself, a history writer She attended Michigan State University, College of the Sequoias and Northern Michigan University She has been a registered nurse as well as a Cadet Nurse during WWII.On 24 June 1949, she married Doctor Albert Jenke, became a housewife and had five children James, Ellen, Ann, Bobbie Jane, and Robert Years later, she found time to write, but her husband told her it was trash Despite this, she persisted until he finally gave her an ultimatum writing or him The divorce left her with all the kids except the eldest, who was in med school, and having to work as an R.NWhen she met fellow author John Toombs in the writing class that led to her first sale, she was not contemplating marrying again But she did on 2 March 1972, adding to the mix two stepchildren Michael and Leslie.


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    1. I was very interested in reading this book because there are very few books out there detailing a person's experience with the Local Church headed by Witness Lee. I particularly wanted to read the book because I had visited the main church in Anaheim in the 1970's. My mother's best friend and her husband had joined and they wanted to share a lot of what they had learned with us. I remember specifically Edna sharing particular beliefs and practices such as 'pray-reading', 'God's Economy' and the [...]


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