MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) January 16, 2023
“Your Father Knows: A Collection of Original Poetry”: an encouraging and compassionate anthology. “Your Father Knows: A Collection of Original Poetry” is the creation of published author Elizabeth Anne DeBow O. B. G. G.
DeBow shares, “There are periods of turmoil and peace in every life. There are seasons of wonderful closeness to God and seasons of great discouragement. Through all of it, your Father knows. He knows exactly what you are going through and exactly what you need, and He has promised to provide—provide above what can even be imagined—for the soul that trusts in Him.
“No Christian’s life is perfect. All struggle and stumble. All face doubts and questions. But there is a precious promise to each one—your Father knows. Everything is in His hands, and nothing is beyond His control.
“The poetry contained in this book speaks not only of the joy and peace found in trusting in and walking with God but of the struggles, discouragements, and failures that must be faced in life. The subjects and moods of these poems vary, ranging from doubt to faith, from impatience to rest, from worry to trust, from fear to hope, and from death to everlasting life. But through all, the current is this: your Father, your Creator, and your Savior knows all. And great peace is found—even in the midst of this dark and ever-changing world—in clinging to that fact.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Elizabeth Anne DeBow O. B. G. G.’s new book will challenge and inspire as readers reflect on the various themes found within.
DeBow shares in hopes of spreading the good news of Christ and encouraging readers in their pursuit of dedicated faith despite life’s challenges.
Consumers can purchase “Your Father Knows: A Collection of Original Poetry” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Your Father Knows: A Collection of Original Poetry,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.