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THE TRUTH, NO MATTER WHAT ONE MAY PERSONALLY WANT. by Deborah L Scott

THE TRUTH, NO MATTER WHAT ONE MAY PERSONALLY WANT.

John 8:32 (KJV): “32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

by Deborah L Scott

Pages: 74

Dimensions: 5 x 8

Category
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Inspirational
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Personal Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781631294174

Price : $9.99



During my personal Christian walk. My Search for the true meaning of love. I walked through a life-long, hurt filled as well as many racist experiences. “My milk chocolate self was offensive to the world, especially to the African American Man.” Growing up within the 70’s the very most of my lessons were learned through heart ache and pain. The ultimate lesson of whom Love is at the exact same time taught me exactly what love does and or does not do. YAHWEH thank You Father for Your Graces and Mercies within waiting for me to get it together. Once I was able to allow YAHWEH to heal my broken heart as He finally made me sit still in January of 2013 and I had no choice but to finally listen. By way of me having my very first exacerbation and then being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I was feeling as if I were dying, extremely confused, mentally lost and desperate and I was afraid and scared. Something I had never been in my entire life for no amount of reason. Now pleading and crying for one more chance to obey YAHWEH’s beacon. For a month in the Hospital and then rehab. I prayed, I begged, I finally submitted. Father please, I’ll get it done this time. It took some time for me to get any of my unconfused thoughts in order and I am still not 100 % myself. However, I am getting there. Even the fact that I am writing this book is a great faith builder for myself. I am smiling all over the place. Thank YOU YAHWEH

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Deborah LaDon Scott was born November 29th, 1973, in Detroit, Michigan, moving from the Eastside and North End to Northwest and finally Southwest Detroit within the multicultural neighborhoods. She lived in Ohio—Gates Mills for one year, Eastside close to East Cleveland for one year, and finally Lakewood, Ohio, the multicultural neighborhood, for four years and then came back home.

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