Graveyard Love

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AuthorHouse, Jan 17, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 104 pages
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The book is dealing with abuse, murder, neglect, and so on. The book is really based on forgiveness. In this book we are trying to reach an audience of all gender, and nationality, to show that forgiveness is important, not only in our walk with GOD but with our walk with each other. We as a people have to learn how to forgive in order to be forgiven.
 

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Contents

A Taste of My Life Bittersweet
1
Darkest Before Day
12
Face to Face
18
Whos to Blame?
20
Do I Live or Do I Die? Thats the Question
23
Unending Pain or Longsuffering
25
The Pains of Facing Fear
29
A New Day
31
Cant Win For Losing
52
Help Is On the Way
55
Joy Comes From Within
58
The Prayer Line
61
Taking My Life Back
65
Letting Go and Letting God
68
Harvesting New Life
70
Saying GoodBye to Daddy
75

Unraveling
33
Bits and Pieces
36
Weeping May Endure for a Night    But Joys Coming In the Morning
38
Unbelievable
40
Healing My Way
42
Victim or Criminal
44
From The Skillet to the Frying Pan
46
My Latter Will Be Greater
77
Letter to Mother
81
Letter to Father
83
About the Editor
85
About the Author
87
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I have always known that I wanted to tell my life story and sought out the best time to do it and found it to be now in 2007. I am married with two children. My husband and I also have three godchildren that we love very much. I have worked as a CNA for many years now and have encountered so many opportunities to help people understand God’s love for them. I am a Christian saved by grace and live everyday with a focus on loving others. Although I keep journals regularly jotting down experiences and thoughts as I live each day, this is my first published book. I have always found writing as a way to release bottled emotions that need somewhere positive to go. I love the art of expressing myself in a way that helps others understand their own lives better. It is important to help others whether it is with clothing, food, wealth or camaraderie; I was taught this way. I have been known to give to others when I required at the same time but I want to live a selfless life. Charitable behavior has put me in a position to make many acquaintances.

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