Lord, I'm Tired!
Have you ever felt as though God has forgotten you, or that He doesn't even know you exist? Maybe you are convinced you exist only so God can take His frustrations out on you. Are you struggling to hold on to your faith because nothing God has promised you has been fulfilled? If so, then Lord, I'm Tired was written with you in mind. Herein is a revealing look at one woman's struggle to continue to believe God through one of the darkest seasons of her life. It is a candid expression of her disappointment, anger, and feelings of abandonment and betrayal as God uses the experience to teach her who He is and who she is to Him. Lord, I'm Tired will give you a different perspective on life's "valleys" so you, too, can know who God is and how much He loves and cares for you in spite of it all. Shon has both undergraduate and graduate degrees, and has been enrolled in the most challenging school of all, "The School of Life," for over 40 years. She is grateful for and blessed to have a loving family who keeps her encouraged and eighteen gifted and talented Godchildren who help fill her life. Her passions are her family, youth ministry, and writing, especially for children. She worships, lives, and works in the Atlanta Metro area.
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