Brighter Tomorrows: Bible Inspired How To(s) of Life

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This book was written to share with fellow travelers who are lookiing for answers in their daily lives and times of trials. These Bible-inspired messages are meant to give some insight that will strengthen and encourage the answer seekers. May they enlighten your mind, calm the heart and uplift your spirit....
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This book was written to share with fellow travelers who are lookiing for answers in their daily lives and times of trials. These Bible-inspired messages are meant to give some insight that will strengthen and encourage the answer seekers. May they enlighten your mind, calm the heart and uplift your spirit.

* Does happiness seem to elude you?
* A new look at the healthy life.
* Tired of being pushed beyond yoour limit?
* Exploring pain's role in the process of life'.
* Having a love affair with patience.
* Some songs are hard to come by.
* The storms of life are meant to br Mastered.
* Are you at the bottom looking for a way up?
* Are you happy with the earring you are wearing?
* One, two, three times down, but I'm still holding on.
* Waling humbly requires a strong will, not weak knees.
* Do you long to say "Yes" with all your heart?
* Take my hand, Precious Lord, lead me on.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781481726900
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 5/23/2013
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2014


    Okay. Adding on to what l said above, you probably won't need an apartment. It's really nice weather all the time, like not freezing cold but it rains a lot. Also, Seattle has a record-breaking number of homeless people. Maybe beg for a while, you won't be out of place. Also, cutting is bad when you might have to run at any second. It drains your strength, not to mention your immune system. Same with the sleep aids. Also, if you have a knife in your pillowcase yet you are still being touched, l urge you to use it, right before you run. Make him p<_>ay.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2014

    My Full Story

    Alright. Here we go...
    When I was two, my biological father left my mom. We plummeted into po<_>verty, and my brother was born right after. She worked as an officer in the police department. She met my future stepdad, David, there.
    When I was six, we moved into his house, with his girls, aka my stepsisters, Brittney, and Karley. I lived there for about four months.
    When I was eight, I moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming. It was aw<_>ful, and agan, we plummeted into pov<_>erty. We had to move in with another family to stay off the streets.
    When I was thirteen, I was really sick, and dizzy, with a record fever or 105.6. I couldn't stop shaking. I think my stepdad dr<_>ugged me. He gave all of the kids iced coffee, but I distinctly remember him saying one coffee wasn't for Brittney, that it was mine. We drank the coffe. Mis<_>take one.
    I got dizzy. I don't remember being able to see clearly. I was so dizzy and confused... I remember in the middle of the night, he told me he could sleep with him. Mi<_>stake two. Idk why I agreed. Maybe it was my sickness, or being dru<_>gged. Idk.
    He put on a dum<_>b cop show, ummm..... Idk what it's called. It has a guy in a red hawiian shirt. It was acted out. I watched it for a while, but closed my eyes to listen to it. That's when he called my name. I was so afr<_>aid he would think I was awake, so I faked my sleep. Mistake three.
    He shook me a little, but I was too st<_>ubborn to wake up. So I rolled over. He slipped his arm under the pillow and ipping me back. I should have waken up then.
    I'm not getting into details. He touched me. Above and below the waist. He took pictures. Why did I stay asleep you ask? I was ter<_>riffied of him hu<_>rting me, or worse. I fea<_>red for my life. Where was my mom? Texas. In police training.
    This went on. Every time I would make sure he is asleep before ever clsing my eyes. It affected my schoolwork. So my mom brought back some sleeping aids. It helped a little, but became addictive.
    Last winter, we moved out of the other family's house and into to house I am in currently. I got so sca<_>red, I would ove<_>rdose my sleeping aids so I could sleep. My stepdad continued this. On and on it went. I began cu<_>tting. Everywhere. My wrists are striped. My mom doesn't know about anything. Still doesn't. I began drinking. Ov<_>erdosing. I attempted sui<_>cide twice. I drank bleach. I jumped off a two story building. I ruined my insides and broke six bones at once. My mom became conserned, but didn't do anything. I got bu<_>llied. Shoved into lockers so hard it would bruise my sides. Teachers turned a blind eye. Since then, I'm still cutting. I still use sleep aids. I don't drink, only becuase I got questioned last time at the bar, when previously nobody cared.
    I am still living with this nightmare. I had a kn<_>ife and a flashlight inside my pillow, and a suitcase of clothes under the stairs. If things go wr<_>ong, I'm hooking up my mom's old baby backseat cart thing to the back of my bike, putting everything I own, necesseties, food, clothes, etc, so I can bike to Nebraska, then Missouri, and live in Seattle. I ad a roadmap and enough money for a cheap apartment. I have everything planned out.

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