A Joyful Noise: Poems of Praise & Thanksgiving

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AuthorHouse, 2013 - Poetry - 108 pages
When troubles arise the first thing we do is pray. We ask the Lord to quickly relieve the pain and suffering of the situation. But how often do we send up prayers of praise and thanksgiving? Let Amy Santi Bull's forty-five poems in this collection lead you on the path to showing the Lord how grateful you are for all He has done in your life. As in her other books, Believe and My Inner Strength, each poem in A Joyful Noise has five Bible verses that coincide with the meaning of the poem. These verses are listed in the Reference section following the poetry and show that praise and thanksgiving were offered to the Lord throughout time. So now, do you have a reason to be thankful? Do you have answered prayers? Then give the Lord the praises He deserves and let Amy's poetry guide you along the way.

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This is Amy's third book of inspirational poetry. As in her other two books, Believe and My Inner Strength, Amy draws on her experiences and her faith to create her poetry. Besides her writing, Amy spends time sharing her uplifting story at speaking engagements. She is a paraplegic from an automobile accident in 1999 that damaged her spinal cord and she has had other complications since, but you will never find her feeling sorry for herself. Instead she shows others how to stay strong through faith and hope in the Lord. Amy has been writing since her childhood. She has an aunt who says she remembers stories Amy would write while the other kids were playing outside. Amy's first publication was a poem in a national anthology of high school poets when she was sixteen years old. After high school she earned a degree from The Institute of Children's Literature. Amy lives in North Tonawanda, New York with her husband of thirty-seven years. They have three children and eight grandchildren.

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