A Reflection of Hope
By: Kathy Adams Holt
About the Book
I want to dedicate this book to my husband
Jonathan E. Holt
A reflection is a subject of thoughts and consideration for hope
A look into the now with visions, dreams and aspirations for things yet to come
As you reflect, your mind lets you wander to yesterday, today, tomorrow and beyond.
Sometimes we reflect on troubled times. Yet trouble we haven’t even asked for
We often get discouraged and give up easily. As you reflect, remember what Jesus said,
“Jesus said to his disciples, ‘Don’t be worried! Have faith in God and have faith in me.’”
Reflect on God’s words and the promises He made us
About the Author
Kathy Adams Holt was born and raised in Shelby, North Carolina. She is married to Jonathan Holt for the past 30 plus years. She and her husband now reside in Lexington, North Carolina. As the author, Kathy, states, all her life she used to walk around talking to God. Way deep down in her heart she knew there was more to life than what she was experiencing. She longed to live the right way. “My heart would always say yes, but my mind didn’t follow,” she says, “until right up until now.” While working at her job one day, she looked around and God showed her a vision of destruction and lost souls. What she saw made her sad and she wanted to bring people closer to God. “It made me sad for the people, but I knew I had to get in church first, so that I could get closer to God,” she said.
In doing so, Kathy got into church, took leadership classes and graduated from the Servant House Class of Leaders. As she grew closer to God, she, too, noticed a change in her. She wanted people who were facing problems in their life to see things through God’s eyes. To see things differently. To let them know, with God, all things are possible. That God cared about their problems and their salvation. The author goes on to say that, “Faith in God is the answer. This is why I wrote these poems with God’s inspiration. God knows that if only one of my inspirations can bring just one soul closer to the Heavenly Father, then my job here on Earth has been well done.” Amen.