Because I Lived It: Daily Devotions from a life changed by God's grace

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WestBow Press, Sep 28, 2010 - Religion - 376 pages
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If you are still God's work in progress. If you tend to fall down, but won't give up. If you seek to do God's will in this crazy world. If you truly wish to have that peace beyond human understanding......then this book is for you! These pages contain all the conversations I've wanted to have with God, all the questions I have pondered about my own faith, lessons I have learned and those I have yet to learn. They contain the crys to God and praises of God from someone who ask that this world be patient, because God hasn't finished with me yet!
 

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I have been writing daily emails to friends and family for a few years now. It started out as just a daily thought I have and wanted to share. It was kind of like my journal that I decided to share with those closest to me. It started to grow through people forwarding them to others and eventually I had people I don't really know asking to be added to my daily list. I don't claim to know much, just what I've learned from the lessons of my life, and some I've had to learn the hard way. I just assume others can learn from my mistakes and hopefully not have to have the bumps and bruises that I did. Studying God's Word has not only helped me grow a relationship with Christ, it has become a passion. I love opening this precious gift and learning something new everyday. I just hope others are as blessed as I have been. I am from Little Rock, Arkansas and I have lived in this state my whole life. I grew up in a small town, Beebe, but moved back to Little Rock as an adult. I have been a member of Immanuel Baptist Church for 15 years, and love my church. I am involved in the music ministry there and get much of my spiritual nutrition from His message through song. I can't imagine how anyone can't believe in God when they hear a beautiful melody played.

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