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Until My Heart Sings
Beth Borderieux’s book is based on experiences in daily life that could be connected to truths about God. While doing an everyday task, God often showed her a spiritual truth related to what she was seeing or hearing. She jotted down the ideas and transformed them into poems or devotional short stories. She found this process particularly helpful when she felt low and believes God was encouraging her not to give up. These poems and short passages, combined with biblical quotes, provide a reflection on a variety of topics ranging from pondering on designer clothes, to the stubborn vacuum cleaner, to poison ivy, Christmas, and school. Until My Heart Sings is personal and direct. Reflecting on its wisdoms it is like having a conversation with a friend who is trying to help you cope with life’s problems. Beth Borderieux invites you to examine your attitudes towards life, and to learn to see God in everything.
"No matter what personal situation I was battling, each time I randomly selected [a rhema] to read, it would speak to me in a way that was needed right at that time—like spiritual therapy." --Adriana Jackson, Director of Sterling Christian Academy
Beth Borderieux began to write about her everyday experiences when she was going through difficult times and needed to sense God’s presence, love, and guidance. The Biblical passages in this book provided further insights. For example: A Scripture verse that spoke to Beth’s heart, “I will restore the years the locust has eaten…” Joel 2:25a, encouraged her not to give up. She wasn’t sure about putting this material into a book, but the encouragement of friends convinced her to find a publisher. Her desire is that God will use this book to reach hurting people with a message of hope. Beth is a former elementary schoolteacher of regular and special needs students, mother, and grandmother and lives with her toy poodle in Georgia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree at Belmont College and her Masters from the University of Northern Colorado. She loves reading, traveling with college friends, and spending time with each precious grandchild.
- Beth Borderieux