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Dark Night Bright Morning

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by: Rev. Dr. Miriam Comer Johnson
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Publication Date: December 11, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 140
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781946982643
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Book Synopsis
We usually turn to religion when seeking a painless way to progress in life. We want to believe in some-thing that will not fail us. It pleases us to hear that our salvation is based on our consciousness – what we think and say and do. The key to making the change is to endure the shift in
consciousness – from what we think we should say and do, to what we actually feel within us. It is a journey – a journey from the Dark Night of doubt, reservations and uncertainty and to a Bright Morning of faith, trust and confidence.

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About The Author
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Miriam is an ordained Divine Science minister. She has served as full-time Minister and as Assisting Minister at the Divine Science Church of the Healing Christ in Washington, DC where she was ordained.

Miriam began studying spiritual metaphysics as a Christian Scientist in 1973, and joined Divine Science in 1989. She received practitioner and ministerial training from Dr. Al Salazar. She studied at the University of Metaphysics, where she received a Master of Metaphysical Science degree; and the University of Sedona, where she received a Doctor of Divinity degree, specializing in Bible Interpretation.

She is author of The Open Book of Revelation, and A lecture series: Continuity of the Bible.

Miriam’s educational pursuits began at Howard University, where she studied Psychology. She is listed in the Heritage Register of Who’s Who, 2006-2007 edition; Outstanding People of the 20th Century, Second edition, 2001; and Who’s Who in the World, 2000.