When Victoria Sarvadi died in 1978, God orchestrated an encounter with an angel to deliver a mandate for her life, and Just a Little Girl is the story of following that calling through decades of searching for spiritual truth. It's the debut memoir of an inspiring woman with keen perception and extraordinary resilience. The main insight of Just a Little Girl is that God's plans, purposes and gifts for our life are irrevocable. Acquiring spiritual wisdom and knowledge is the "race" we need to run and Yeshua--The Crown of Life is the trophy achieved at the end of the race. Just a Little Girl is a memoir that carries the thread of truth that all Christians can trace their faith back to Jewish roots, no matter their denomination. It also poses the argument that God has given everyone a unique purpose, and we can only find true peace in life when we lift the fog of spiritual amnesia that keeps us from knowing God's truth. As we acquire wisdom and understanding about our Jewish roots, we grow closer to Jesus/Yeshua--the Messiah.