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Moments of Reflections: Inspirational Devotions by Sonya Mosicant (Paperback)
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This book is written to inspire you, the reader, in moments in the moments of life when you need to take some time to relax and reflect on your day. There are poems and thoughts to encourage you and lift your spirit. There are poems to remind you that life is a treasure and you are never alone. The words are written for everyone from all walks of life. It doesn't matter how life is going or where you find yourself now. There is always time to depend on God's goodness in good times and bad times. The thoughts and poems in this book, "Moments of Reflection" are written from to inspire hope and meaning to the readers which we all need in the world. As a devotional, it can used be a tool for the reader to journal daily their thoughts and life's events of their day. With pictures added to the words of the poems, they will touch your heart, soul and mind. They will provide the reader with moments of peace and clarity when they need to get away from the world and refocus on the One who can get them through everything. Born in Texas and raised in Pennsylvania, Sonya Mosicant was always an avid writer. With a strong faith in Christ, she has always had a desire to make a difference to others. She started writing at a young age both poetry and music. Living in Pennsylvania with her husband, they have raised three sons. She enjoys cooking, gardening, entertaining and baking. She volunteers with Special needs children and enjoys teaching children. Finally accomplishing a goal of getting her first book published, she hopes to inspire others in faith and encourage them to accomplish their dreams as well. In a world that experiences such turmoil it's easy to lose hope. She hopes to remind others that there is hope and a way to make it through the day.