Milwaukee (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
Is God really out there? Does he still listen to his sons and daughters praying for him? The shepherd that he is, does he still guide his flock and, most importantly, search for those who have strayed and guide them to the right and readied path? Juanita Simmons answers all these questions and more through a striking and inspirational poetry anthology titled “The Gospel Poetry.”
In this collection of hymns, petitions and praises, Simmons employs the use of poetry to inspire seekers to find and foster their relationship with God. She lays down her personal collection of poems that touch on the different aspects of living the Christian life. To help readers mature spiritually in the way of the Lord Jesus, she invites each and sundry to ponder on these oeuvres in the hopes that they will find inspiration, peace and healing.
What separates this poetry book from many other in the market is the honesty and authenticity of the oeuvres — thanks to the poet’s natural gift to craft simple but penetrating lines and verse which she refined and polished to perfection. Each faith-fortifying masterpiece is characterized by directness and simplicity and suffused with humility, love and devotion to the promises and blessings of God.
Through the book’s pages, readers will experience direct, incontestable link, encouraging them to contemplate the purpose and direction of their life. A powerful book of poems, “The Gospel Poetry” inspires the disheartened, empowers the weak, heals the hurt and awakens the spirit.
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About the Author
Juanita Simmons dedicates her life to live for the Lord. When she had seen so many people turn from God, she decided she was truly going to live for God and continue to do his will. With the help of the Lord, she knows she can make it.
The Gospel Poetry * by Juanita Simmons
Publication Date: September 3, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 178 pages; 978-1-4836-9122-0
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