In a moment of despair Moriah is visited by the wind which teaches her the purpose and the meaning of her life. She learns that God made her for a purpose which only she can fulfill. Can Moriah find the courage and faith to follow God's dream for her life?
My hope is that Free to Be Me will encourage readers of all ages to pursue God's dream for their lives with the wonder, fascination and trusting faith of a child.
For I know the plans I have for you ,says the Lord, plans to prosper you not to harm you, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. I will be found by you, declares the Lord, and will bring you back from captivity.
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Moriah's Elephantabulous Adventures
By Melva Peacock, Stephen Adams
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There once was an elephant, Moriah's her name. She wished to be different; not merely the same.
Each day she'd rise early; awake before dawn. To see the sun crest and welcome the morn!
Her ears began flying; her trunk she held high. She ran like the wind never breaking her stride.
At the end of the day; she jumped into bed. Exhausted from running; she laid down her head.
She dreamed she'd been captured and couldn't run free. Her efforts were useless; her fears hid the key.
Escape seemed so hopeless; no rescue in sight. Her fears were the ropes that held her so tight.
The wind with a gust; whooshed open the door. Moriah was fearful and fell to the floor.
I made you with purpose; I made you with pride. To run like the wind; but you're hiding inside.
I've broken your ropes; so you can run free. The only rope left is the one you won't leave.
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