Thanks for allowing me to share Book 1 of 3:
Life isn't always as it seems. Naomi had an easy life growing up as her mother’s pride and joy. They lived a middle-class life filled with love and Christian values until the day Naomi’s world would be flipped upside down. She would never be the same and chose her own way of coping with her demons until Dr. Shavers pulled the wool off of her eyes and revealed the secrets that were the basis of her struggles. Will she make the right choices and gain a life of freedom or will she yield to her fears and remain in a place of uncertainty?
In the arms of the Father
I'm going to miss you, dear friend. Your struggles are over, and you're resting in the arms of the Father.
You gave me strength as I watched you fight a good fight. You always had a smile on your face even when I knew you were in pain. The doctors walked away from you many many times, but God said, "Not Yet." He gave you the strength to overcome time and time again.
You have won many battles in your life and the victory is now yours. You can now say once again, "I'm doing something y'all haven't done; I'm resting in the arms of the Father."
"Oh, don't be jealous, your day will come and you will get to where I am. So until then live your best life, run your best race, finish your course, and then you can join me on the other side.”
Thank you dear friend for sharing this space, you have taught me well. You've taught me things to do and things not to do. You reminded me time after time that it is our choice and those choices come with consequences.
You've taught me to love, you've taught me to share, you've taught me to never give up. You said, "Remember, God has the final say. Man is not in control, but it is God. I'm not leaving here until God gets ready for me and when He's ready; there is nothing anyone can do."
So, my friend, you left us with so much to remember you by and we will never forget. You will always be a presence in our lives. We loved you then and we love you now. We'll see you again dear friend when it's our turn to be in the arms of the Father.