Weekly Messages from Singanewpsalm.com 2012-2014

Weekly Messages from Singanewpsalm.com 2012-2014 : A Small Voice in the Media Wilderness

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Tom Poteet launched his website, singanewpsalm.com, in February, 2011. He tried to give the reader one of his poems each day to read, which conveyed his love and reliance on the Lord. In 2012, Poteet realized that the website was lacking any reason for readers to return often to glean something new. So he began to add messages to his home page. His messages included one of his poems and an explanation as to why he wrote it or what he was now thinking when he reread it. At first, he wrote something new each month as he updated the monthly reading materials. Then, before the end of 2012, Poteet began to write a message each week. Weekly Messages from singanewpsalm.com, 2012 - 2014, includes all of the messages Poteet has recorded on his site from his first message in 2012 through his December messages for 2014. In all, there are 140 messages (poems and meanings of poems) that bring hope, understanding and maybe answers a few questions concerning Poteet's deep relationship with our Father and His Master. His love for our Father is deep. His sharing of his love is his task.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 334 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.3mm | 571.52g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507548346
  • 9781507548349

About Thomas L Poteet

Tom Poteet is the author of Sing A New Psalm, a web-based daily reflection of modern day thought, prayer and worship. He has published The Winds of Change, Pieces of the Puzzle, Sing A New Psalm, For A Season _ The Other Poems and Musings - Questions and Obeservations. Tom has served twenty years in the private sector and thirty years in the public sector. His daily reflections allowed him to prepare for many mornings when he would have preferred to have stayed home. Tom lives in northeastern Maryland with his wife, Nan, which just happens to be close enough to their children and grandchildren. Visit www.singanewpsalm.com.show more