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AuthorHouse, May 1, 2003 - Fiction - 204 pages
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Beulahland is a volume of free verse prose and poetry intended to examine the snares of misunderstanding, keeping so many in the dark.

The experience of reading this book will entreat those who've felt themselves to be outside of the grace of God, so that they may be reconciled to Him by His spirit.  The wisdom of Beulahland will function as a treatise to liberate man from condemnation so that he may walk in the fullness of his purpose.

As one identifies with these sources of containment, this poetry will prompt one's understanding from that of criticism to a place of atonement by offering an open invitation to the inner courts of Freedom.

This certainty will be demonstrated as mankind matures from the linear conceptions of "self" into that of having an intimate relationship with the Living God.  This reconciliation will enable every person to convey power and love as they are transformed by the inheritance of Christ.

Written by a rising poet, D. F. Howard enlivens these felicitations while expressing the current position of humanity.

Beulahland is an ancestral piece, exacted for influence, and unveiled with honesty.  Its purpose is healing, as it leaves the spirit afresh.

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