Seven Letters to Heaven

A True Story of Faith and Answered Prayers

by Felicita Robinson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/18/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781450229203
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781450229197
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781450229180

About the Book

Seven Letters To Heaven - Award-Winning Finalist in the " Spirituality: Inspirational" category - The 2012 International Book Awards and USA "Best Books 2011" Awards. Author Felicita “Terry” Robinson found herself at a spiritual crossroads as she was faced with the daunting task of uprooting herself and her family from their native Jamaica. For her, writing her prayers down gave her a sense of solace and the strength to accomplish her goals.

In her new book, Seven Letters to Heaven – A True Story of Faith and Answered Prayers (published by iUniverse), Robinson shares with readers seven of 21 personal letters of prayer she wrote as a way of communicating to God to seek His help with the small day-to-day problems she was experiencing. After looking back on her letters, she realized that not only were her prayers answered, her faith was also strengthened, leading her to wanting to share her experience with others. “I have always felt that there was something missing that I needed to do spiritually other than being a good Christian,” said Robinson. “I realized that the actual publishing of my personal letters was the missing piece that I needed, not only to help others, but in order to help me grow spiritually.”

Taking place during the last four months Robinson was in Jamaica prior to relocating to the U.S., Seven Letters to Heaven is about the trials and tribulations that came as a result of leaving home to start a new life, and the problems inherent with moving from one country to another. The book focuses on Robinson’s written “letters of prayers” to God, sharing her day-to-day problems as well as poems and biblical quotations, and finding peace through her powerful faith. The story behind Seven Letters to Heaven is a simple one; however the message is very powerful. This book will take readers on a walk of faith that shows God can truly become a real friend to anyone and most importantly, He does answer prayers, in His own way, in His own time and at His own will. Review Comment by Rev. Basil Aguzie, MSP follows:

"Faith, hope and courage are virtues every Christian on a spiritual journey with God must have. “Seven Letters to Heaven” confirms this. This book is not just about communicating with God through letter writing but also, it is a spiritual process of seeking God in one’s situation and recognizing His hands at work in one’s life; firstly in the means by which God answers one’s prayers, and secondly the times when He actually does so. What is remarkable about this book is that it not only serves as a guide, but also an easy to read spiritual companion. This is why I would recommend it to anyone searching for a deeper intimacy with God."

About the Author

Felicita Robinson, known as “Terry” was born and educated in Kingston, Jamaica. She became interested in writing short descriptions of places, people and things, as well as prose poems from age fourteen. Ms. Robinson relocated to the U.S. with her two children to join her husband, Gary, in 1984. She is an active member of St. Patrick’s Church in Rockville, Md., where she sings soprano as a member of the contemporary choir. Ms. Robinson is also the author of The Dark Side of War, published by the National Library of Poetry as a part of their Surrounded by Dreams edition, and has several other prose poems to her credit. She retired from the World Bank in 2008 following 23 years of service. She resides with her husband in Olney, Md., and is currently working on a new novel. For more information, please visit