I Came to Believe in a Power Greater than Myself by Marilyn Taylor

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This book is a replay of my life, my pain, and how God saved me inspite of myself. This is the sorted details of a life hell bent on self-destruction and how I almost succeeded in not only destroying my life but the lives of my children. This book is meant to give hope and strength to those in recovery, and those who continue to struggle with addiction. And most of all it is meant to give strength to the children of addicts and alcoholics that have lost all hope. God can God WILL. HE IS FAITHFUL.

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Life has been hard, however it has not been unforgiving. My formative years, the years I needed guidance those were a result of my parents choices. Now I must make a choice, will I continue to live a life of addiction, fear, pain, and anger or will I choose to live life on life's terms. I must now pick a lane, right or left, I have chosen the right lane. In this lane is my Lord and Savior, in this lane I have placed all my fear, pain and anger. I am no longer the little girl that lives inside the woman. I am the woman that has grown, as a result of the little girl. I am currently a single mom, and loving it. I am a junior at the University of Phoenix working on my Bachelors Degree. I plan to continue working with my current employer after I receive my degree. However, my ultimate goal is to work in the Juvenile Justice System. I want to help, let me rephrase that ,I want to love the children that are shattered, before they are broken beyond repair. Oh, did I forget to mention, my major Criminal Justice Administration. Thanks for allowing me to share my story as well as my pain with you. God Bless 
Published November 11, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 80 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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