Poetry and Wisdom about Life, Love, and What Really Matters

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Poetry - 212 pages
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It seems that it should go without saying that I want my book to sell a ton of copies. However, I must be perfectly honest. My goal for this book is simple and straight forward, and that is to reach as many souls with the Love of Christ as I can. Sure it would be great if I sold a million copies, but the money that I would make from doing so would not even begin to compare to the joy of reaching a million souls with the deep and overwhelming sense of peace and joy that my Lord has so graciously shown me through these past 22 years of being one of His earnest followers. I have great joy in being as "real" with everyone as I can be, so I will be real with you now. If you are going through a hard time, if you truly know what deep and genuine pain feels like, or even if you would simply like to enjoy some Christ centered, positive ending, easy to read poetry and assertions, then I assure you that you will not be disappointed in reading through this book. I pray that it is a blessing to all those who come across it. Sincerely, Trevor "Unashamed" Slone

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Trevor Ray Slone started writing poetry at the age of 14, expressing his thoughts about life and his faith. He continues to address major life topics, always including a statement of God's love, in his work today. Born in Savannah, GA, Trevor had the opportunity to travel extensively while growing up in a military family. With a passion for hiking, he continually finds beauty in God's creation. Trevor longs for the truth and strives to learn from every life experience. He is undoubtedly a considerate and true friend. He lives his life unashamed of his love for his Savior Jesus Christ and desires to share his faith through his heartfelt poetry. Trevor's wife, Emily

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