Conversing with Salvation

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I wrote this short story in 2011. It was based on a conversation I had with God about my oldest son's salvation. Can he truly understand God's goodness and grace, if he is Autistic? More

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About Stacie Wyatt

40 year old female, in Houston. Published Chocolate Kisses and Love.Lust.Life. Available on Lulu, Smashwords, and Amazon. I also published four short stories: Miscarried, Conversing with Normality, and Conversing with Salvation; and Conversations with Normality. The ebooks are available on Lulu, but Amazon has a print and Kindle edition called Conversations. Conversations Edition one combines the three short stories into one book. Edition two has sexuality and First attempt. I also have written Never argue with an Autistic child and other special tales (2 editions available on amazon). The books are a personal diary about raising special needs kids.

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1) Perfect Chaos (Main Blog)
2) Celibacy Diaries
3) Stacie D. Wyatt, Poet

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Jose Fernandez reviewed on Aug. 24, 2013

Short sweet and affecting, though an autistic son may walk in darkness, God is in control.

Its reassuring to know that god doesnt constantly test us by allowing us to have sorrow
all the time, all our lives, and that there is a light if we trust in him. Hard to see
at the time, but those who have faith can know the suffering is not forever.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Glenn Langohr reviewed on March 28, 2013

Conversing With Salvation by Stacie Wyatt is a beautiful, very short story about a mother with an autistic child. She is in her bed praying to the Lord for her child's salvation, and doesn't realize the Almighty is in bed with her listening. Stacie is a great writing her knows how to put her emotions on the page and bring her thoughts to life. There is power in words and even more power in the name of Jesus, so I hope she keeps writing.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)

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