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Paint Your Future

66 Inspirational Poems and Devotions: Read Them, Share Them, and Let Them Transform Your Life.

by Edith Perry



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/10/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781664250147
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 140
ISBN : 9781664250130

About the Book

The purpose of writing this poetry book is to reach out to those who are children of God and those who do not know Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. Jesus is the only one who can save you from your sins so you can have abundant life now and eternal life forever. She prays these poems will help you stay on the battlefield of righteousness to defeat Satan with God’s word and encourage others to become children of God to receive the promises he has for them.
Her poetry is a spiritual expression of pulpit sermons and life experiences. She is hopeful after reading these poems; the readers are inspired, equip, educate, and motivated to live a life of righteousness, a life of celebration, a life of overcoming obstacles in their everyday living, a life that will bring about change through sorrow and victories that will allow the reader to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

About the Author

Edith Perry currently serves as an independent clergy to local and statewide military reserve units and detention centers in Northern Georgia. She is a retired veteran of the U.S. Army; she earned a B.S. in History from Francis Marion University, Florence, S.C., a Master of Adult Education and Training from the University of Phoenix, Phoenix A.Z; a Master of Ministry from Grace Christian University, Grand Rapids, M.I. Edith is the founder of Damascus Outreach Ministries, a ministry without walls that teach, preach, mentor and coach her listeners on how the word of God can help them improve their everyday lives. As a minister of the Gospel, God has equipped her to preach the Good News through poetry, expository sermon, and other creative writings. Edith and her family reside in Lawrenceville, Georgia.