Ipswich, United Kingdom (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
The calling of Christ has brought peace to author Maggie Long’s life. With “GOD’S WHISPER”, she shares the serenity in her heart and the calling of Christ to readers and poetry fans everywhere, inspiring them with poems of faith and hope.
Readers will hear “GOD’S WHISPER” as they witness Christ’s sacrifice in “The Crucifixion.” They will experience a spiritual Calvary as they are plunged in “The Darkness” before being taken out into “The Light,” they will be taken to a place “Without Hope,” to experience “Living in Torment.” Then they will be asked “How Strong is our Faith?” as they are shown the stories of “The Vagabond,” “The Runaway Child,” and “The Innocent Man.” These are the “Stepping Stones” that will renew readers’ faith, and Long will join them as her words cry out “And I thanked God” in the end of this poetic journey of spiritual rediscovery.
The verses of “GOD’S WHISPER” will touch readers’ hearts with the passion of Christ. For believers, this Christian compilation retells the story of their Savior’s life, and their own lives as well, inspiring them to give praise to God in the highest.
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About the Author
Maggie Long, born Margaret Rose Kersey was the youngest of eight children. A war baby; she was born in Suffolk, England in October 1942, and experienced the hardships of life as she grew up. Long never experienced peace in her life until she received the calling and became a Christian at the age of 65.
GOD’S WHISPER * by Maggie Long
Inspirational Stories In Poetry
Publication Date: September 14, 2012
Trade Paperback; £9.99; 58 pages; 978-1-4797-1578-7
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4797-1579-4
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