The Imperils of the Maxfield Terrain by Pauline Wills

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Synopsis

"Narrative of sources and experiences
are written to encourage, motivate and
reveal the atrocities that exist through the
practices of crime, violence and drug related activities. The book
also discloses the sufferings and struggles residents encounter as
well as the posttraumatic traits that lingers among ex-residents.
Selected scriptures were quoted to comfort, enlighten, and use as
a remembrance of God’s promise to us. His ever redeeming
love has a stronghold on liberation, benevolence, brotherhood,
solidarity and peace.
The unforeseen situation brought about stagnancy, fear,
intimidation and illegality. The on going upheaval of harshness
interferes with the core of basic living and created series of deepen
oppression. The continuation of power struggles has escalated
overtime and gives rise to survival of the fi ttest. These activities
called for concerns.
Stand fast therefore in the liberty where Christ hath made us free
and no more entangled in the yoke of bondage. Jesus came that we
might have life and has it more abundantly. Peace perfect peace
in this world of sin, the blood of Jesus whispered peace within."
 

About Pauline Wills

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Published December 2, 2008 by Xlibris. 228 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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