A Brand New Mercy
To pursue a musical career he never dreamed possible, Paul Shepherd left home believing he was secure in his faith and his relationship with Jesus Christ. Now eight years later, Paul is dangerously over his head in a life style that can only destroy him. Having turned his back on God, he heads home for what he hopes will be a second chance. With the help of a new found friend, Paul learns the ultimate lesson in forgiveness and mercy. 'A Brand New Mercy' is a touching story of hope, second chances, and discovery of God's unfailing mercy. Sara Jacobs was born and raised in Southeastern Wisconsin and has always had a passion and a desire to write. She has shared many of her own hopes and dreams through stories and poems over the years. Sara and her husband are active members in their church and are currently involved with children's ministries. She has written several plays and lessons for this ministry. Sara was twenty-seven when she gave her heart to Jesus Christ. She was baptized in His precious Name for the remission of her sins and filled with His Holy Spirit. Her greatest desire is to serve Him all the days of her life. He truly is her greatest Friend. Sara resides in Oak Creek, Wisconsin with her wonderful husband and their two beautiful children.
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