Walter L. Richardson’s newly released “From The Heart of a Good Man” is a stirring account composed of a variety of poems that relate to the readers
MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) January 06, 2020
“From The Heart of a Good Man: Trying to be a Better Man”: a fascinating account filled with heart-touching poems that enable the readers to know more about God and His encompassing love for mankind. “From The Heart of a Good Man: Trying to be a Better Man” is the creation of published author Walter L. Richardson, a long-haul truck driver and author. He has been writing inspirational poetry for over thirty years. His passion for spreading God’s Word inspired him to create and share this collection of his favorite poems.
Richardson writes, “This is a book that comes from the heart.It inspires people to play a part.To play a part in the life that they live;When God has so much to give!
“It’s meant to encourage and draw strength from each day.When it’s left in God’s hands there is always a way.It tells about God and the things he can do,How His blessings are there, and He wants to bless you.
“There are poems about love, there are poems about praise.There are poems about hope and a better day.God is the one who makes all things true.His mercy and grace will be there for you.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Walter L. Richardson’s new book shares a remarkable message to the readers about God’s divine providence and the things that only God can do.
With this purpose, Richardson inspires the readers through his poems and enlightens them so they can see the greatness of God and His merciful grace to everyone.
View a synopsis of “From The Heart of a Good Man: Trying to be a Better Man” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “From The Heart of a Good Man: Trying to be a Better Man” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “From The Heart of a Good Man: Trying to be a Better Man,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.
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