My God Box
Parable of the Incorrigible Child
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My God Box is Margaret’s memoir about her abusive childhood. She lived in a receiving home for battered children called Juvenile Hall, a ‘carousel’ of foster care families, a mental health facility and on the streets of California-- all before the Holy Ghost impregnated her heart with a love of God, planting in her mind an iron clad faith in the Divine Creator. Labeled an ‘incorrigible’ child, Margaret was pulled from school and her friends, and banished from the family home. But God had other plans for her. “Miserable, with no one to turn to,” Margaret says, “I received a special gift—the Holy Ghost enlightened me to the love and goodness of the Lord. It was empowering. It was a life altering event—but more importantly I received a ‘calling’ to help others.” This book is for anyone suffering from a past trauma who wants to learn how to move on with their life. My God Box is the revelation of how Margaret shattered the victim mind-set; a self-defamatory attitude that actually made her more of a victim than the devastating circumstances of her life. “With the help of God,” she affirms, “I was able to interrupt the harmful sequence of negativity and concentrate on utilizing my faith to rid me of the fears and insecurities that locked me in an impasse.” My God Box is about the power of faith in God. It’s about opening your mind and heart to the message of God. It’s about awareness of the evils that surround us, and about having the courage to right the wrongs that bring pain and misery to other children.