Poems & Scraps for Healing & Growth

AuthorHouse, 2005 M03 7 - 136 páginas
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As our patterns get rubbed together in relationships, when things work out for our hurt, remember God turns all for our good when we love Him.

Whether going through separation, divorce, or the possible break up in a relationship, sometimes identifying the pain for healing in the midst of all the commotion can be difficult.

Poems & Scraps for Healing & Growth offers an open door to mend a hurting heart. This book is meant to come along side and bind up the emotional tears by helping you identify your wounds through the wounds of another.

Leaving you in a better space for making better decisions is my other objective. Looking from a vantage point which only God could have taught has provided for me a leading through many trying times and many insights as to understand what I did to get there.


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Going back as far as 1983, R. A. Feller has received an American Collegiate''s Poetry Award, where he ranked among the Top 50 of all the poets in colleges and universities in the United States.

More recently, this author was given, in 2003, a most prestigious editor’s award from Poetry.com, which only a select few from around the world have received.

Having been through separation, divorce, and other failed relationships, coming out of a bad pattern, R. A. Feller now shares his soul, at points where he met with God to bare his heart. His leading is in a relationship with a God who’s alive and can see us through any trial; whom he honors with the gift of his writings by helping those in need with his vision from above. "When a mind becomes clouded during a break a break-up, sometimes we need help to trust to love again, or direction for clarity to grow back together again."

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