Born and raised in a small town, author Zarah Everly grew up in poverty and was regularly exposed to sexual abuse and harmful addictions at a young age. As she learned about God, she prayed to Him in the hope of leaving the tough situation. In The Faithful God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, she shares her life journey, speaking of her evolution as a Christian woman, broken, fallen, and in desperate need of saving.
In this memoir, she talks about her intimate walk with God as a sinful, yet justified, individual. Everly chronicles the realities she faced and how she had become an adulterer, fornicator, liar, thief, murderer, coveter, and idolater who was hateful, envious, gossipy, proud, disobedient, unmerciful, and unthankful. And, she describes how by God’s grace she was delivered, healed, sanctified, perfected, and made complete. She became a holy, blameless, and justified friend of God.
The Faithful God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob narrates how God answered Everly’s prayers and tells of the warmth and comfort she received in times of desperation, hurt, and pain.