The Chariot Has Come

by Donald R. Ware, MD


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/28/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781493163847
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781493163854
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781493163861

About the Book

After many tries for conception, Callie was finally pregnant. But early on in the pregnancy, she began to bleed and was about to lose the baby and possibly her life. After being told by many Doctors at more affluent hospitals to abort the unseen child, she and her husband, Henry pushed on and found comfort and help in the County Hospital. They knew that if this baby did not come, there would be no other. She must have a hysterectomy to permanently stop her life threatening bleeding. This would end any chance of future of natural motherhood, The baby Donald was born but developed polio at an early age ; yet he overcame that and became a professional dancer. He was raised in a poor neighborhood but conquered that to become a well-known doctor and change agent. He came back to his home only to be faced with opposition from doctors, a local hospital and one of the largest Hospital Corporations of its kind in the world. Along the way the Holy Spirit revealed itself in signs and wonders in his life to give him the victory over tyranny; for the benefit of all of us. This story is about victory against all odds. It says that God is alive; is interested in the least of us; and will intervene in our lives for the good of all.


About the Author

Donald Russell Ware, M.D., was born in Los Angeles, California. He is the child of parents who migrated from Texas to California in pursuit of a better life. His mother was a successful career woman in the 1940’s, working and struggling with a very difficult pregnancy to term all at the same time. He was her first and only child at age 38. She bled almost the entire pregnancy and required experimental intensive care in the Los Angeles County Hospital. His father was an educator and labor leader. Many prayers, excellent medical care and visits from family members and friends caused her to have an excellent delivery. She delivered her only child during the Thanksgiving season. Due to circumstances, he was raised by his mother to attend the Los Angeles public schools where many believed that there was little hope of success for a person. He did excel in Academics and Leadership. He went on to 3 years studying in the University of Redlands and then entered the University of California, San Francisco Medical School and the Berkeley School of Public Health, where he earned a simultaneous M.D. and Masters of Public Health degree. He then moved to the Bronx where he trained in Internal Medicine; moved to Bethesda, Maryland where he was the Medical Officer of the Country’s very successful High Blood Pressure Education Program. Later, he moved to Cambridge, MA. to be a part of the Harvard University Health Policy Program. He had to move back to California because of his mother’s illness and went on to become a Fellow at Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Los Angeles specializing in the area of Cardiology. He is currently in private practice today.