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Michael and Margaret Robble pen encouraging book on chronic illness and Godís incredible power

Inspirational book aids those with chronic illness and their families to remain hopeful and to trust God.


The truth has transformed our lives, and I pray, will transform yours as well.

Michael and Margaret Robbleís Always Sick, Always Loved tackles the difficulties of facing the world with a chronic illness and how the Lordís teachings give hope, strength, and the will to continue striving.

Michael Robble writes from experience. His wife, Margaret, battled the autoimmune disease sarcoidosis for almost thirty years. Yet on July 26th 2017, Margaret succumbed to death at an age of 63. Michael intends to inform the public, patients and caregivers in particular, to face challenges brought about by illnesses and to seek God at all times. The book shows Godís love and what he has done thatíll surely inspire readers to continue despite hardships. The book embodies Godís teachings that have transformed the Robbles lives and hopes to transform those of the readersí. It wonderfully tells readers to always remember God and he will provide and aid. It contains seven chapters of pure learning and inspirations, indeed a book worth getting and indulging into.

Always Sick, Always Loved will be displayed in the upcoming 2017 Frankfurt Intl Book Fair that will take place on October 11, 2017. Save the date!

Always Sick, Always Loved
Written by Michael Robble and Margaret Robble
Published by Xulon Press
Published date February 19, 2015
Paperback price $15.99

About the authors
Michael Robble (MAT Math Education, BA Mathematics, Bible/Pastoral Studies diploma) is a high school math teacher, and oversees the Keystone Outreach, a ministry which brings the love of Christ to residents of an assisted living and memory care facility. Margaret Robble is a homemaker, whose life of faith with a disabling autoimmune disease has been an inspiration to many. The Robbles are members of Grace Community Church in Westminster, Colorado, and reside in the Denver metro area with their two children, Liz and Caleb.

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 Always Sick, Always Loved
 chronic illness
 to trust God
 Lordís teachings
 autoimmune disease

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