I Saw Three Ships Go Sailing By

A short story of three ships that are metaphors for the Christian church. The church of the past and the present, the church of the future and a ship of somewhat dubious reputation carrying passengers of somewhat dubious reputation. More
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Words: 4,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9780992735548
About Sy Newitt

Ever since a small child I have loved reading and that love of books led on to a love of writing. I have published a couple of books in the past. Nothing too exciting I can promise. Unless you think that a guide to offroad driving and a railway book are exciting. Most people they send to sleep!

You may be wondering why my books are free. The answer is that for several years now I have been on the most extraordinary spiritual journey. It has been the most amazing and rewarding journey of discovery, learning, personal growth and emotional and spiritual change from the inside out. A life-changing, faith-changing journey.

I have no interest in money and no wish to profit financially from my books. I have been on this incredible life-changing journey by the free grace of God and my desire is to share the things and lessons I have learnt with other people so that they too come to know the freedom that God wants us to have, have the same beautiful life-changing, faith-changing Father-Child relationship with Him that I have been given and the utterly incredible and so very beautiful childlike faith that has melted me and changed me and my life from the inside out..

On this journey we discover that God is not the stick-wielding tyrant that the church teaches us that He is but our gentle, loving and very beautiful Daddy who utterly adores each and every one of us.

My profit is that people who read my books grow closer to God and grow in faith and spirituality. That is worth far more to me than any amount of money and if that happens then I am truly a millionaire.

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