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Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Creation House
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.24 (inches)|
Oh, what love that is uncommonly tasteful to the soul,
Perpetual peace so glorious, so wonderful as an everlasting sanctuary,
That peace which becomes our resting place as we reside in Your presence.
Each of these insightful poems by Sylvia Thornton was inspired by the Spirit and Word of God. Many of these prophetic selections are beautiful letters from our loving Father God to His precious children, while others reflect heartfelt expressions of praise, love and adoration from a child of God to her heavenly Father. The captivating prose will both encourage and enlighten you about a variety of topics, from exploring the love and peace of God to passionately seeking Him and defeating the enemy.
Take a moment to bask in the radiance of the Father's unending love, and allow the Lord to refresh and encourage your spirit as you read and reflect upon "Poetry from the Mountaintop. "
Sylvia Thornton began writing poetry at a young age, but was recently inspired by God to spread His Word to the nations through prophetic poetry. Sylvia was born in Kentucky, and now resides in Madison, Wisconsin with her husband, Malcolm. She has two grown children whom she is proud to say honor God with their love and attention.
Author: Sylvia Thornton
Located in: Madison WI
Submitted: March 09, 2012
Tell us a little about yourself. My work is inspired by God. I want the Lord to get credit for this piece of work. I spent many hours with each poem making sure I consulted the Holy Spirit as to what needed to be conveyed on each page.
What was your motivation behind this project? These poems were meant to inspire others to grow closer to their Creator, to get to know him personally and to have a desire to be in His presence. Also, we must be a positive reflection of who God is.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I want my readers to experience the presence of the Holy Spirit, to know that I was just the tool to allow God's voice to be represented to the world.
How were you personally impacted by working on this project? I found myself learning more about myself and about my connection with my heavenly Father. Even when I read the poems over and over, (I have some favorites) I feel the presence of God and am inspired to exhibit the fruits of the spirit, to show love towards others and to have more of a positive attitude towards life.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? I have read a lot of books but I enjoy several of John Eckhardt's books and Kenneth Hagen's books.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: I think that life is a journey for all of us but we don't walk alone because the Holy Spirit is our guide if we let Him in. We can truly do all things through Christ who strengthens us. I would never have been able to write this book of my own strength.