A House Divided Cannot Stand: Lord, Help Us Love One Another as You Love

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AuthorHouse, Apr 22, 2004 - Poetry - 116 pages

A House Divided Cannot Stand, is a collection of poems based on division among Christians. My writings express the reality of division in the Church, caused by racism, prejudice, and discrimination.

A House Divided Cannot Stand, contains about one hundred poems that expresses Gods views towards division, and the origin and results of separation in the Christian community.

This book was composed within seven days, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

FATHER, YOU CALLED YOUR CHILDREN OF ALL COLORS INTO A HOLY LIFE UNTO YOU. HELP US LOVE ONE ANOTHER AS YOU LOVE

 

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Contents

A HOUSE DIVIDED CANNOT STAND
1
DIVIDED WE FALL
11
DIVISION IS THE DEVILS JOY
21
UNITED WE STAND
31
UNITY IS THE LORDS JOY
41
UNITY IN THE CHURCH
51
TOGETHERNESS MEANS LOVE
61
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD
75
ONE NATION ONE PEOPLE ONE GOD
84
ONE BODY ONE LORD
94
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About the author (2004)

Barbara lives in Philadelphia, PA with her twenty years old daughter La Toya and two years old granddaughter, Amya Penny. Barbara has written three other books within the past year. All of her writings are in the form of inspirational poetry and prayers.

Barbara majored in Mental Health Social Service and Psychology at Philadelphia Community College. She is a member of the Catholic faith and the Catholic library Association, and an evangelist in her community. Barbara attributes her inspirational writings to Almighty God.

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