The Redeemed of the Lord: A Call to Pray

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Religion - 84 pages

A collection of poetry containing works written by William (Bill) Uthe, his son Paul and his grand daughter Katie Higgs. Positive Poetry conveys positive messages based on life's experiences and relationships, capturing the beauty of life and the joys of living, frequently incorporating a spiritual approach and exploring the diverse challenges present in our sometimes uncertain society. This collection covers a wide range of themes and reflects the perspectives of the authors in matters of identity, belief's, and love in various forms, and is designed to enlighten, inspire, and provoke thought for the reader. Spititual themes reflect the author's spiritual beliefs which have evolved throughout his lifetime. Theme's on Friendships represent personal lifetime experiences gathered from the several hundred friendships and aquaintances which have been nurtured through the years. Family themes record the interests and relationships of the authors' family. Poems reliving some Holiday experiences are noted. Behavioral themes relate various patterns of behavior experienced and observed by the authors. Poems of Dance attempt to capture the authors enjoyment of all types of dancing. Poems of Romance recall numerous romantic adventures of the author. Some favorite activities are refferred to in Activities. Memoriams is a tribute to those departed loved ones. Poems of enouragment to find solutions in solving problems are the theme of Motivational poems. Some happy recolections are noted in Memories. Commercial poems written by the author have been used in newspaper ads. Random subjects are items of interest to the authors. "Several reflections explore processes that may be part of an attempt to find, keep or reconcile the loss of a bond with another person."


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