Monday, January 13, 2014

Deliver Me Book on sale for Sanctity of Human Life Sunday

the book Deliver Me, Hope, Help, & Healing through True Stories of Unplanned Pregnancy
Deliver Me
Hope, Help, and Healing through
True Stories of Unplanned Pregnancy
Sunday, January 19, 2014, is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Haven't heard of it? Let me explain.

On January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court handed down its decision on Roe vs. Wade which legalized abortion on demand in the United States. Since then it is estimated by the National Right to Life that more than 55 million human lives have been lost to abortion in the United States in the past 41 years. That's a staggering number.

But what if we doubled that number? I ask because for every one of those human children who have been lost to abortion there is also a Mom. Yes, there are fewer Moms who have lost a child to abortion than there are abortions--we don't know exactly how many fewer--because statistics show many women who have one abortion have more than one.

So if we're attempting to count the number of people touched by abortion, that number probably wouldn't be exactly double the number of abortions.

But then let's not forget the Dads. For every abortion there is also a Dad.

I believe (and research shows) that people--both women and men--are wounded by abortion. This means there are a lot of "walking wounded" in our society.

Why do I bring all this up? Because these are the very people the book Deliver Me is for.

Just this morning I saw a new book by a well-known author titled God is Not Mad at You. I thought, "What a great title for a book." Then I thought, "What a great topic for a book!"

So many people today need to hear that message: God is not mad at you! God loves you! And yes, He can love you even when you've done things you now regret.

This is also the message of Deliver Me. If you, or someone you know, needs delivered from the pain of the past or the chains of regret, Deliver Me will show you true story after story of women and men who have found freedom from the haunting stories of their pasts. They have found forgiveness. They have discovered God is not mad at them, even though they thought He was...sometimes for years or even decades. It's never too late to discover your healing.

To commemorate Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, Deliver Me is on sale this week exclusively on Amazon's Kindle. (Don't have a Kindle? No problem. Your device can become a Kindle reader.)

The schedule for the sale of Deliver Me: Hope, Help, and Healing through True Stories of Unplanned Pregnancy is here: 
  • Monday January 13 through Wednesday January 15, 2014:          $ .99
  • Thursday January 16 through Friday January 17, 2014:                $1.99
  • Saturday January 18:                                                                   $2.99
  • Sunday, Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, January 19:                    $3.99

Deliver Me will also be on sale in the United Kingdom discounted at one price throughout the whole week.

At the end of Sunday, the Kindle version of Deliver Me will return to its usual price of $4.99, so grab your copy during the sale.
Deliver Me won this award
in 2012

Someone you know needs this book. Please let them know about it during the sale days. You can do so by using the share button below and the Tweetables in this message. If you find this book valuable, you can also let others know that by leaving a brief review on Amazon.

Thank you for taking the time to stop and consider the meaning of Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. There are so many walking among us who are suffering in silence because of a past abortion, giving a child for adoption, or other various results of an unplanned pregnancy. It's time to discover there really can be healing. The more than 50 true stories in this book not only show you it's possible, they show you how.

It's time. Discover your healing.


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