Living With Victory

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Synopsis

Do you feel defeated and that you cannot go on living?

Do you believe that God will never forgive you for things that you have done?

Life is filled with decisions. Are you ashamed of the ones that you have made?

Well there is good news for you.

Even with all our mistakes, God yet loves us. It takes God’s love to overcome them. He has forgiven us.

Come and discover the powerful truth about God’s Word and love, which will transform your heart forever. God’s love can bring this change. You can be set free from your past.

 

Reviews

Reviews of my poem Shattered Childhood in the book:

Shattered Childhood (Poetry) – 8/24/2010 2:13:41 PM
I can relate….BIG time! And I’m so glad you have the courage to share your experience. I think many of us slip into denial and THINK we had great childhoods when we didn’t really. You are facing yours and this is a good healing thing. I hope you keep writing it out’… Please read my poem “Child I Used to Be” and let me know if it touches a cord.

Shattered Childhood (Poetry) – 1/21/2009 3:47:35 AM
A very deep and powerful poem. I can feel the pain and emotion in it, take care. Edwin

Shattered Childhood (Poetry) – 4/3/2008 7:23:02 AM
Very thought provoking and real poetry. My life too has no been a bed of roses. My heart goes out to the one this poem sings about…but in this poem…the young girl..now woman…must realize that life is full of lessons and experiences..although…some of no consequence of our own…are merely events to make us stronger, wiser, more compassionate of others and solid teachers in life. May the lessons make you rich and able to give to the world more love…always remembering to reach out and help another soul.

Shattered Childhood (Poetry) – 3/13/2008 4:06:32 AM
There are so many tragic events that pass through the lives of many, yours gives us the reality of truth from the perspective of exposure to heal one’s own heart and soul. We can only reflect without actually feeling but with emotion of mind, respectfully your strength is your character that has brought you to be able to express and accept the past. Art Sun…


Shattered Childhood (Poetry) – 3/12/2008 9:11:27 PM
Lulu, this piece really give a sense a childhood scar that’s pretty deep. Someone needs to tell that child that they were not the cause of that situation and to tell the adult to stop picking that scab on that scar. Childhood is so precious, as a child you just don’t understand a lot of things and see yourself as the cause rather than the victim. As an adult you’re bitter to learn that you were a victim but a healing process is in order. It time to have your second childhood, go play. This is painful and powerful, I know the whole story has yet to be told and I’m sure that will be in one of your books, I looking forward to reading it.

Reviews of my poem “Dear Children” in the book:

Dear Children (Poetry) – 2/23/2009 9:36:40 AM
This poem is one that truly tells what it is like about loosing a child through abortion. Even though I am a male, I can fell the trauma of the one losing the child and the pain of never seeing life outside the womb. Very heartfelt as I share all those unborn children pain.

Dear Children (Poetry) – 3/29/2008 9:59:13 AM
You are forgiven so keep on living and I thank God for sending you to us. I don’t know the pain that you were in but I share in your resurrected joy! Peace!!!

Dear Children (Poetry) – 3/13/2008 8:42:33 PM
Wow, I felt really sad for you when reading this. I am an abortion survivor and have gone through post-abortion syndrome, and hearing this made me remember the pain I went through before dealing with the after effects. I went to confession with an amazing priest and he really made me see things in a different way about forgiveness, forgiving myself as God has mercy on us. The healing is a rough road, and sadly, not everyone gets the help they need, and people on the outside looking in have no clue what we go through. Two great organizations are “I regret my abortion” which Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter started and “Rachel’s Vineyard,” both very helpful. If you ever need to chat, feel free to send me a message. God Bless you, Michelle xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dear Children (Poetry) – 3/11/2008 2:43:08 AM
Heartbreaking write, Louise; bravo! Powerfully penned; I am so sorry! (((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. 😦 >tears! <

Dear Children (Poetry) – 3/11/2008 12:04:14 AM
Reading this poem, I’m sure, had to touch a lot of people. Those who have been or currently going through a similar situation. It makes you think… but even more so….. it makes you feel. You feel the sadness, the regret, the anxiety that goes through a mother’s mind. The emotions you stir may prevent this from happening to future potential mothers, it’s quite a bit of luggage to carry through your life. There is another story to be told here, from the dad’s point of view. Not all men are cold and callous when it come this, they may not lay on the table but they too share some of the pain, sadness and regret. You deeply displayed and touched an emotion. Very Good. Job Well Done.

Dear Children (Poetry) – 3/10/2008 3:25:30 PM
So sad…at least you admit to past mistakes…may God bless you. J, Earl Evans

Dear Children (Poetry) – 3/10/2008 1:00:27 PM


Oh God, as my eyes well up in tears, your words are filled with such pain and longing, as if looking for forgiveness, but forgiveness come from within…… Be always safe, Karen

Reviews of my poem “The Story of Truth” in the book:

The Story of Truth (Poetry) – 5/1/2007 10:39:30 PM
God’s love is ever present and now in your heart! Wonderful! Be safe, Karen

The Story of Truth (Poetry) – 5/1/2007 4:06:12 PM
Stay close to God and the devil can’t touch you…

The Story of Truth (Poetry) – 5/1/2007 11:59:49 AM
Through God the truth is always heard. Very emotional pen, that reveals the battles we all must face.

The Story of Truth (Poetry) – 2/10/2009 5:11:45 PM
Congrats on having your book published. This is an Inspirational write with so much truth. Yes, often it is challenging to face the truth but if you walk in the spirit as I can tell that you do, you will be made to face it. I am talking from tough experience. Blessings.

The Story of Truth(Poetry) – 5/31/2008 6:19:25 PM
The Master teacher said I quote ‘ know the truth and the truth will set you free. Although the truth took Jesus Christ to Calvary: we now can overcome this world with the truth and the doorway to eternal life will open to us. My dear sister Louise continue to live in Christ’s resurrection power and the truth will take you to worlds unknown. Peace!!!

The Story of Truth (Poetry) – 12/30/2007 4:31:34 AM
Lovely