“We discover the truest meaning of love when we find the One who was sent from above. We are magnetically drawn to His grace and His peace. We’re enamored by the greatness of the One who sets us free.”
This unique poetry captures God’s heart and His love for His children regardless of the mistakes they’ve made, the crimes they’ve committed, or the hurt they’ve caused. Inside these pages, you’ll learn that we are God’s masterpiece and that there is nothing that we’ve done that can’t be forgiven. Each poem is filled with depth and meaning and is coupled with scriptural truth. They are enlightening, thought-provoking, comforting, and healing; they nourish and bring hope and peace to the deepest parts of your heart and soul.
Author: Debbie Andrews Smith
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Page Count: 156
Genre: Poetry, Christianity
Profile InfoEchoes of His Heart
Debbie always had a desire to write a book, but didn’t have a clue as to what the content could be. Children’s books and short stories piqued her interest most. She had dabbled with writing family-oriented poems, off and on over the years, but became overwhelmed with a hunger to write about God and His love in her late fifties. She started seeing God everywhere she looked whether it was in a deck of cards, movie titles, nursery rhymes, popular sayings, flower petals, or a baseball game. She finally realized that prophecy was being fulfilled when one of her sons told her that her poetry glorified God and was meant to be shared. The Lord’s words from an encounter in 2011 immediately returned to her. She had found her own way to speak about God just like He told her she would. Debbie is sharing her poetry in hopes that it will nourish and strengthen souls for the Kingdom of God. She refers to her poetic style as floetry, as it is the move of the Holy Spirit flowing from her heart to another. Her desire to flood the prisons with her book is due to God’s belief in her, and in her belief that no one can cast the first stone, but that everyone can help someone who is in desperate need of a Savior.
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