Standing in the Gap

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BalboaPress, Apr 25, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 180 pages

Therefore, there is no condemnation to those are who in Christ Jesus.
Romans 8:1 (NIV)

Why am I gay? Does God love me? Did childhood abuse make me this way? These are all questions explored and answered in this new book by Jonathon Lewis. His creative approach and distinct style pulls you into an emotional and redemptive journey through many of lifes trials and pitfalls as a gay Christian. Read about how a deep, emotionally disturbing childhood transformed Jonathon into a young adult with an identity dysfunction and how exploration of hidden emotions played a large role in his making many immature mistakes. Learn how God infused a profound providence in his life and brought him to a place of complete redemption and reconciliation. It will ask you to examine your own life and perhaps think of someone who is struggling with the same issues and ask, Are you standing in the gap?

 

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Contents

Walls What Walls?
1
Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?
7
Run For The Hills
14
He Knew Me
23
The Vision
32
A Time For Testing
39
The Spoiled Plan
46
Forgive Him
54
Where Do I Go From Here?
83
The Romans
91
There is Power in the Blood
99
Irises and Geraniums
111
One Too Many
120
My Log Cabin
131
Redemption
139
Seven Sevens
149

It Shall Come To Pass
60
The Stumble
67
The Fall
75
Victorys Child
156
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About the author (2012)

Jonathon Lewis is a new author who reaches out to his audience with extreme honesty and creativity. He has been a gay child of God for over twenty years and wishes to reach the lost through his compelling story. He is a retired engineer with two amazing children and three grandchildren. He resides in Dayton, Ohio, with his life partner and attends the Apex Community Church. He enjoys carpentry and music and has an affinity for horses. Romans 8:1 is his favorite verse.

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