Mother of Prayer

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Trafford Publishing, May 6, 2005 - Religion
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For a number of years, my son walked on the wild side of life. Obviously, this created problems for him, heartache and worry for me. My main concern was that if he continued this lifestyle, his mind and body, as well as his soul, would be destroyed completely. It was just a matter of time. However, I'm also a praying mother who believes God hears and answers the prayers given to Him in faith. And that's just what I did with the many concerns I had. In addition to praying, I began to write down my thoughts on paper on some dire situations, heartache, and numerous trials and tribulations I'd had to deal with - all of which involved my son, in one way or another. As I continued to write, I realized it'd become somewhat therapeutic for me to express myself freely and that I just might be able to help other mothers by sharing these experiences. With that thought in mind, I worked on this project for months until eventually I'd actually written a book to completion. And why should I have titled it anything other then Mother of Prayer? As I expected, my son's situation eventually reached a crisis point but I continued praying, knowing my God would work all things out for his good. In fact, this happened but you'll have to read the book for the rest of the story.

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