One day. That's all it took for Georgette G. Lee's dream life to turn into a nightmare. In that one day, both her husband and only child were lost to a tragic accident, and part of Georgette seemed to die with them. Over the next decade, she floated through life ungrounded, unstable, and unable to cope with widowhood or move beyond her single status.
But, through the darkness, despair, and desperation, Georgette's faith in God remained constant. She believed that, no matter what, he would hear her cries, even though sometimes silent, and enable her to find the hope, happiness, and healing to which she was entitled.
A must-read for anyone who has ever lost a spouse, whether to death, divorce, or separation, Hear My Cry O Lord shows how Georgette was able to transcend her suffering and rediscover her confidence, individuality, and ability to truly love. Interspersed with powerful poetry and careful, considerate reminders of God's graces, it uniquely addresses the topic of singleness from an empowering, enlightening angle that's sure to motivate your own personal growth and progress and inspire you to confront the obstacles in your life that are preventing you from moving forward.
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About the Author
Dr. Georgette G. Lee is an experienced educator who empowers others both inside and outside of the classroom. As a teacher, she works with students with disabilities and strives not only to help them learn, but also to encourage their potential and focus their attentions away from their weaknesses, pointing them toward their strengths and abilities instead.
Carrying this goal to a different audience with a different set of needs, Lee uses the written word to motivate sensitive readers toward self-fulfillment and personal growth. As a poet and crafter of prose, she explores her own experiences to share how she has found healing, happiness, and love, inspiring others to do the same and reminding them that there is hope.
Lee is author of a memoir, Layers of Living, three poetry collections, and Hear My Cry O Lord, a nonfiction guide to surviving widowhood and singleness. She currently lives with her husband, Charles, in the south suburbs of Chicago.