Breath of God, Move My Hand: Poems of Salvation and Praise

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Steve Robison, Jan 26, 2009 - Poetry - 156 pages
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A collection of poems and prayers by Steve Robison. Many people seek a higher degree and depth of understanding of the universe, desiring to know their place and purpose. The unquenchable urge to know the nature of creation can be satisfied only by an ever-deepening relationship with the Creator. The "God-shaped hole" is filled only by God. These poems, inspired by the Spirit of God, will lead you toward and through an enlightened and peaceful merging with and existence in God. In God, pain and suffering are eased, peace is felt, love is made manifest. In God, all is well. Breath of God, Move my Hand is a collection of over 125 poems and other writings selected to move the reader to a closer relationship with God. This book will appeal to both new and seasoned Christians as well as people of other beliefs who enjoy praising and celebrating a life of joy in and with God.

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Introduction ________________________________________
Chapter Two Turning Points ____________________
Chapter Three Surrender ______________________
Chapter Four God Within _______________________
Chapter Five Moments of Grace _________________
Chapter Six Rejoicing __________________________
Chapter Seven Walking Through Life ___________
Chapter Eight Awakening to Oneness ___________

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About the author (2009)

Steve Robison, member of the Rehoboth Beach Writers' Guild, is a twenty year resident of lower Delaware. An avid photographer and passionate poet, he is moved to share his view of the world through his art. He is ecstatic in his passionate and growing love of God through Christ.

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