If there’s one thing author Paul Sybert knows well, it’s the act of living life in the face of adversity. In The Kindness of Strangers, Sybert shares his life story and shows how he has confronted his fears and troubles and placed his trust in Jesus Christ.
This memoir shares some of the most important moments in his life, as well as the tribulations that have tested him. The Kindness of Strangers recalls some of the most important events of Sybert’s life—being baptized at age twelve, earning a bachelor’s degree in engineering, experiencing divorce and the loss of love, struggling with an alcohol addiction, appreciating the gift of a spiritual mother, and surviving a stroke.
But most of all, Sybert shares how God has worked in his life. Through anecdotes and illustrations, he communicates the importance of maintaining a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The Kindness of Strangers offers insight into the life of a man who faced his fear and persevered.
I was baptized when I was twelve.
At this point in time I am amazed that there are many churches and people that don’t believe in the rapture of Jesus Christ.
My passion here is for you to have what I have being saved by Jesus Christ. That is why He came to this Earth life to save us.
The stakes are higher now. This is time when the Antichrist will come. I don’t know about you, the reader; I don’t want to be here when he comes. The Rapture will take us out of planet earth life in the Rapture. I want to go.
There are many important experiences I have written about in this book; most of which involve living a happy, free life. This chapter may be the most important one of all. This is about eternal life with Jesus Christ. He is the icing on the cake of life. This is the reason we are here also: to love each other and to love Him.
Paul Sybert earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and worked for more than thirty years as a business software programmer. Retired, he lives in Endicott, New York. Sybert suffered a stroke in 2005 and now writes and enjoys challenging himself in his stroke recovery. Visit him online at www.paulsybert.com.