Derailed: It's Never Too Late to Get Life Back on Track

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Have you ever gotten off track? Do you have a loved one who has totally gone off the rails? If so, then I have good news: It is never too late for a derailed life to get back on track again! Our lives can become derailed for a variety of reasons: our own poor choices, the decisions of others, or circumstances beyond our control. In Tiffany’s case, raised a pastor’s daughter, she had lived her life with a deep belief in Jesus as her Savior. Yet, she came to a place where, in anger and rebellion, she made mistakes that sent her in the wrong direction. With transparency and humor, Tiffany recounts an honest and vivid portrayal of a life that totally jumped its tracks. However, although she had given up on herself, God had not given up on her! This story is a wonderful testimony that no matter how far afield you may have strayed, it is never, ever too late to get your life back on track!.

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  • Publisher:Yattira Publishing; 1 edition
  • Date postings: September 13, 2018
  • Cover: Paperback
  • Tongue: English
  • ISBN-10: 1732658080
  • ISBN-13: 978-1732658080
  • Dimensions:5.5 x 0.3 x 8.5 inches
  • Weight: 7.4 ounces
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    • vivianepereira

    • Ombele, Congo

    • 2019-06-24 02:27

    A fascinating expression at the crucial place our Special Forces played in the initial battle in Afghanistan. The sacrifices that these papas made were monumental. Their experiences were like stepping back swarms of years in time but fighting an terrorist with modern rifles of battle !! The notion of inserting a handful of highly trained gentlemen (some of whom were proficient in the word) into the jungles of Afghanistan, coacts with the Northern Partnership, and fighting a battle on their premises was initially successful beyond everyone's assumes. The final outcome remains to be seen as civic and more conventional evolutions of "keeping the cessation" are utilized. I pray that the common peoples of Afghanistan will be able to hold on to the fragile grand slam our gentlemen helped them win against the Taliban.

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    • Saint-Rimay, France

    • 2019-06-23 21:08

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