Sharon could not look into the elderly artist's face; she merely sat watching him move the brush across the canvas. "Oh, if only you could paint my image into that picture on the beach and I could just live there forever. But, I am so unworthy." "Why, child, would you feel unworthy? God loves all, even those who murder. He loves you no matter what." Sharon's body tensed as she heard the words, God loves even murderers. How could he know? Had God told him? This lover of art was an avid reader of the Bible. It did make sense in its own way that he could in fact talk to God. Feeling as if he knew her secret her chest began to tighten as it became difficult to breathe. "I need to go. Just trust me I know that God doesn't love me, not anymore." It's all about the old person dying and a new person being born; not merely growth and change but an identity change formed by God. Come inside the pages of Molding Sharon and be transformed alongside the characters as you laugh, cry, and ponder life's true meaning. Your life may never again be the same.
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|Size: ||1.1 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633061439 (DRM-EPUB)|
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