Collection of Morning Writings to God Inspires Healing

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Author conquered shame-based nature to emerge victorious from past hurts

Within the pages of Xulon Press author Tricia M. Wilson's Great Jehovah, Good Morning ($10.99, paperback, 978-1-61579-423-2) is a collection of the author's morning writings to God. Every day, she would sit on the floor of her prayer closet and write to the Lord, carving out time for herself to sit in His presence and enjoy His company. This personal account details, among other things, the author's struggle with abuse and living a sinful life, as well as how God brought her out of darkness and into His marvelous light. Read of how she has learned to live a life with joy beyond words--which is available to every one of God's children.

"[I hope] to inspire people to turn to the Lord for all their needs, to trust in His power to heal every place, every hurt, every disappointment that they have experienced or will experience in the future," the author says. "When you are in a dark place--be it emotional, physical, or mental--God is loving and He will take you just as you are if you just call on Him."

Molested at the tender age of nine by a teacher and a step-father, Wilson lived with a shame-based nature most of her life. Now that she has found and received Christ, however, her life is forever changed. God used her bad experiences to turn her around completely, healing the scars in her soul. Her book will resonate with readers who are looking for uplifting, life-affirming messages of God's unfailing love. "I woke up and I am here today to write about it," the author explains.

Tricia M. Wilson currently resides in Rialto, California.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 7,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Great Jehovah, Good Morning through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Great Jehovah, Good Morning is available online through,, and


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