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Review: Heaven’s Joy: The Seeking and Saving of a Runaway Psychic by Susan McCeldry

When I read the title of this book, I wondered what a runaway psychic could be. Author, Susan McCeldry, shares her story of being inwardly focused, following the occult, breaking and finding the Lord.

Heaven's Joy: The Seeking and Saving of a Runaway Psychic by [Susan McCeldry]

This was an easy read, and I connected with much of what the author shared—wanting to control things out of our control. Susan struggled with finding herself and giving away her control. As I read her story, I wanted to know more, especially as she spoke about falling into the occult practice and having psychic abilities.

When she wrote about looking in the mirror and what happened afterward (sorry, no spoilers), I was shocked and couldn’t put the book down. I would have liked to read more about that period.

As the story progressed and Susan learned more about Jesus, the writing felt lighter. It could be that it was the beginning of a new life for Susan?

This is a book about transformation and that it is never too late. It reminded me of Carol Kent’s books (which I loved).

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