Our God Saves by Paul Baloche

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Author
Paul Baloche
Publisher
Integrity Music
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0
ISBN
9785557609326
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Can God save someone in a night club? Can He save a high school dropout? A victim of child abuse? What about someone who tried to burn their parents alive? Find the answers in this collection of over 35 true inspiring stories! Excerpts: "Once I had watched a movie about a kid who hated his parents, and he burned his house down. I thought, I could do that. So one night, I stayed up late soaking gasoline on the carpet in my parents bedroom. I took newspapers and laid them around their bed. I poured gasoline all over the doorway. I lit a match, dropped it into the carpet, and ran out of the room to avoid the explosion." "One night at supper, as I sat at the table with my husband and three children, I looked at them and thought, Where did this lonely feeling come from? When did I start feeling so unhappy? How long have I felt this way?" "As a young boy, I feared death, and though I didn’t think about it often, when I did, it was a scary thought. By the time I became a teenager, I had been introduced to all sorts of bad and wrong ideas of what was acceptable for me to do and say. I didn’t consider myself a bad person, but I struggled with anger and it showed. I also had trouble “adjusting” to high school. It was an unpleasant experience, as I remember it, and I did not make it far before dropping out."


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