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Sober Faith (Payton Skky Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2006

    Sober Faith

    My character is cinderella from the book called sober faith.This is the story of a 17 year old high school student who is a god fairing religious girl.who has had many hard teenage dicisions to deal with.The story begins with her breaking up with her ex-boyfriend Dakari Graham who is not into religion and has no values and wants cinderella to have sex before she is in committed relationship and marriage.S o before long she meets a new booyfriend named Tad Taylor who wants the same things out of life that she does.Before long everyone goes to a dance and cinderella and Tad runs into her ex-boyfriend who invites them to an after party alongs with cinderellas best friends.Rain,Lynzi,and Dymond whom are sometimes religious sometimes not. Well the party is in full swing and drinks are being passed around and Cinderella's best friends are lured into drinking while her and Tad just look on, it gets to be late around 2:00 a.m. and everyone starts to leave the party drunk. Some are hanging around doing drugs and having sex in the rooms. Cinderella then decides it's time to call her parents instead of riding where the party goes and just as she's about to leave, she goes back in and gets her three girl friends and tells them to ride with her and her boyfriend and that her parents will drop them off. Little did she know, upon returning to school the following Monday the people she was supposed to ride with got killed by driving drunks. She ran home later that day to tell her Mom and her Mom said 'Well, that's some Sober Faith for you, isn't it?' I think what I have learned from this story is God has many ways to talk to his people that stay in prayer and live by his ways, and you must have faith in yourself and trust his word.

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