"Who being THE BRIGHTNESS OF HIS GLORY, and the express image of His person, and upholding all things by the word of His power, when He by Himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high." -- Hebrews 1:3




TO GOD BE THE GLORY! I wish to dedicate this book in loving memory of my parents Elgie and Ruth (Smith) Moore who brought me up in the fear and admonition of the Lord, who taught me how to pray, trust God, believe His Word, and live a Holy life.

Without their Godly example and encouragement this book could never have been written.


I wish to express my deep appreciation to my husband, Rev. Howard E. Wright, and many friends and loved ones who have been so helpful and encouraged me in my efforts to write this book. A special thank you to Charlotte E. Pitts for proof reading my manuscript. Also, a special thank you to Dr. Norman W. Bloom for writing the introduction.


Mrs. Arlene R. Wright was ordained in the same service with her husband in 1971 in Minnesota. Together they have served the Lord and the church faithfully, lovingly and sacrificially.

Her ministry has varied, supportive and always Scripturally sound. In small towns, on the Indian reservation, in the hospital, in the store and in the church she has been an inspiration, a soul winner, a friend, a prayer warrior, a woman of deep Christian faith. Now, through the printed page, each of us can learn about courage, answered prayer, trust, patience, healing, giving and other necessary facets to better walk before our Lord. Pathos and humor, love and hurt, hanging on and moving forward, service and being served, illness and health, sorrows and victories, marriage and family, daily living and almost dying, hospitals and city parks so many human emotions are covered in this book. Her motive is to lift up Christ who was and is her sufficiency. Read the pages, live the family experiences, and learn to trust and be victorious with the writer. The faith she portrays is worthy of our prayerful practice.

Dr. Norman W. Bloom

One who has learned from her example

Contents   Poem and Preface  Window 1   Window 2   Window 3
Window 4   Window 5          Window 6   Window 7   Window 8
Window 9   Window 10         Window 11  Window 12  Window 13
Window 14  Window 15         Window 16  Epilog     Whole Book
  The Winds of the Spirit      The Voice of the Nazarene