They Kicked Her to the Curb, But She Didn't Fall Off

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Xlibris Corporation, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 161 pages
"God places the heaviest burden on those who can carry its weight." This fictional memoir reveals Shannon's struggle with childhood poverty, family tragedy, and ultimately, God's role in helping her overcome these. Her journey reminds us that in our darkest moments, we should never give up because God has a plan for all of us. Filled with moments of joy and despair, sadness and hope, this memoir will inspire you to live each moment to its fullest and to be grateful for what has been given to you. For those who have undergone similar trials, know that you are not alone. Shannon's journey speaks for all of us. No matter your fears or suffering, all can be overcome if you keep the message of the scripture in your heart.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
4
Chapter 3
7
Chapter 4
11
Chapter 5
15
Chapter 6
20
Chapter 7
22
Chapter 8
24
Chapter 28
66
Chapter 29
68
Chapter 30
70
Chapter 31
72
Chapter 32
74
Chapter 33
77
Chapter 34
79
Chapter 35
99

Chapter 9
25
Chapter 10
27
Chapter 11
29
Chapter 12
31
Chapter 13
33
Chapter 14
36
Chapter 15
38
Chapter 16
42
Chapter 17
44
Chapter 18
46
Chapter 19
48
Chapter 20
49
Chapter 21
50
Chapter 22
52
Chapter 23
53
Chapter 24
55
Chapter 25
59
Chapter 26
61
Chapter 27
64
Chapter 36
101
Chapter 37
106
Chapter 38
107
Chapter 39
109
Chapter 40
114
Chapter 41
116
Chapter 42
118
Chapter 43
121
Chapter 44
123
Chapter 45
126
Chapter 46
128
Chapter 47
129
Chapter 48
132
Chapter 49
136
Chapter 50
142
Chapter 51
146
Epilogue
149
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