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Destructive Reconstruction by Trena L. Matthew

Destructive Reconstruction by Trena L. Matthew
Christian Poetry


Have you ever thought about all the times you have been protected from harm, danger, situations, accidents, people and much more? How many times have you had something sudden happen that turns your world upside down? Exploring just how many times God has kept you from harm and danger and how many times he’s brought you through all types of emotional, medical, and emergency situations makes us stronger than we ever thought we ever could be. Trials and tribulations are a part of life. Times of trauma, loss, people using us, society’s judgement, work related issues, conflicts, and many other obstacles that we face each and everyday are a test of our faith. We can only imagine the outcome, but the one and only Master, God and God alone has his hand upon our lives. This is a book of poetry examines a variety of situations and issues where we understand God is in control. This book is a reminder that in spite of the circumstances, we are Safe in the Master’s Arms.

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