New Book of Poems Flows with Inspiration for Tough Times

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Teresa Gilbert invites readers to a poetic celebration of spiritual renewal in “God’s Helping Hand Book I”.

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It is almost too easy to lose one’s way in a world driven by material desires and superficial pursuits. While unhappiness and discontentment become endemic, peace and joy seem like luxuries that only few can afford. In her new book, God’s Helping Hand Book I, Teresa Gilbert shares inspiration for finding one’s way back to a life of grace and invites readers to a poetic celebration of spiritual renewal.

This collection of over a hundred original poems offers glimpses of Gilbert’s journey through life. From the power of prayer to the miracle of love, from the lasting peace that comes from God to life’s many blessings, the subjects of her poetry are as diverse as the experiences and lessons that inspired them. Although each poem is unique, she spins each with a distinct poetic voice that echoes her love and devotion to the Almighty. There is always something to discover in each of Gilbert’s writings; be it a Biblical truth, insights for living or encouraging words for moving forward.

Scintillating in its honesty and inspiring in its truth to life and living, God's Helping Hand Book I is a triumphant testimony of the profound happiness that can only come from knowing and loving God. This book will truly comfort the heart and uplift the spirit.

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God's Helping Hand Book I * by Teresa Gilbert
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