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To And From Crack To Christ: A Sinner In Recovery
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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6172 comments Mod
Meet the Author- Anonymous Sinner in April 2019.


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A warm welcome to Anonymous Sinner.


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6172 comments Mod
This is a poem from the book
To And From Crack To Christ: A Sinner In Recovery
written by Anonymous Sinner

Lord Who Am I

Lord who am I
That you would love
Enough to send your son

As if I was important
As if I mattered
As if I was someone

Lord who am I
That you would watch over me
As I went through my test

Always by my side
Never late with a delivery
Of a way out of my mess

Lord who am I
That you would stand by
And watch me as I smoked crack

Not there to judge
But to only show love
While asking "Are you done with that?"

And when I said yes
Lord I need your help
You were already reaching out your hand

You said, I was always here
Welcome home my child
Your down, let me help you stand

Lord who am I
That you will never leave me
Even when I was wrong

The Lord said
You are my child
That was once lost
And I sent my Son to bring you home.


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Robert Ullrich (robert_m_ullrich) | 49 comments After getting clean & sober in '93, I have found fascinating the similarities in experiences as much as the differences, It is no small task to face the reality of one's addictions, and even more challenging to share with others. I have watched a sibling for over twenty years who celebrated ten years of his sobriety by declaring himself cured. I have not taken the same spiritual path as you, but it is no less important in my walk.

Thank you for sharing your faith with others. Without faith, there can be no recovery. May the Lord keep you and bless you, watching over you all the days of your life. Peace to you, RMU


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6172 comments Mod
Only two weeks more with the Author. Would readers like to ask the Author any questions?

Question#1
What inspired you to write?


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Tracey (traceyrb) I do have some questions for you.
Was this the first book you have attempted to write and how long from first writing to publishing?
Did you start writing it because of a personal need such as part of your recovery or because you felt called of God to do it?
What were your hopes for the book when you finished it and have you seen these hopes realized?
Will you be writing any more works and if so are you going to stick with the Christian theme?
Do you have much contact with other Christian writers since writing this work?


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Grasshopper Bot (daisyking) | 6172 comments Mod
Thank you Anonymous Sinner
for sharing your book with us. Hope you are able to join us soon.


Anonymous Sinner | 12 comments Grasshopper wrote: "Only two weeks more with the Author. Would readers like to ask the Author any questions?

Question#1
What inspired you to write?"

I have always been a quiet and private person, however I also believe that there's power in testimonies of others that can shed the light on similarities that may also bring hope to others going through what I've been through. Therefore since I am not into public speaking I was inspired to write to share my story in hope of showing others that they are not alone and that there's help for them also if they would have the faith to seek it and believe that sobriety is within reach.


Anonymous Sinner | 12 comments Robert wrote: "After getting clean & sober in '93, I have found fascinating the similarities in experiences as much as the differences, It is no small task to face the reality of one's addictions, and even more c..."

God bless you and yours


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