The Sin Which Doth Easily Beset Us
About the Book
This book is autobiographical in nature. It’s content contains an abbreviated recounting of the author’s life from his youth, through his adolescence, into military life as a young adult, through to his retirement and beyond in his adult life. It is unapologetically Christian in it’s flavor and is a testimonial to the power of God at work in the life of one lost soul who did not know he needed a Savior. Through sundry and bitter experiences, he presented it to the public only after much prayer and prompting by the Holy Spirit. It is written with the hope that any reader who may be going through similar experiences might know that they are not alone and that Jesus can free them from the chains of such addictions, if they allow him to. His personal prayer is that there be few in the Christian community who have to go through these degrading experiences, but that if there is, hope is as close as a heartfelt cry to God for liberation from the vices that enslaves them. May God bless you. Amen. Michael C. Wright, Ordained Chaplain—IdDPMI
About the Author
The author, born in 1955 in Cleveland, Ohio, is a retired veteran with honorable service time in both the air force and the army. He retired from the army in 2003. He has a bachelor’s degree in human services and master’s degree in social work. He was saved in 1975 in Hawaii and has been blessed to have served in various denominations, such as the Assemblies of God, Church of God, Cleveland, Tennessee, Independent denominations in Southwest Asia and Europe and most recently, the Pentecostal Church of God, International Movement in Florida. He lives with his wife of thirty-four years, Luz (Lucy) Wright, and they have two grown sons and two teenage grandchildren. He is a musician with several compositions and an avid writer of poems and stories.