Book of Collected Poems Highlights God’s Love for Sinners and Saints

The author hopes to take readers on a poetic journey that reveals the heart of God

SAN ANTONIO, October 12, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In “They Say Some Clouds Are Silver Lined,” by Jean-Francois Wallace III, the author encourages readers to consider the depth of love God has for all people. The book provides passionate prose emphasizing faith, prayer, and hope for anyone seeking biblical guidance.

“Today, everyone is looking for answers to the five great philosophies of life: Origin, Identity, Meaning/Purpose, Morality and Destiny,” Wallace said. “This book, in poetic form, speaks to the answers.”

Whether dealing with life’s joys or struggles, this collection of poems seeks to soothe the soul with a sweet reminder of God’s unwavering love. Readers can enjoy the personal exploration of everyday experiences and relationships, through the eyes of a man who claims to be touched by God.

“This journey into poetry amazed me,” Wallace said. “It is mostly a joint effort between me and Him (God). This book is a glimpse of that journey, and I hope it will allow readers to see how much He loves them.”

“They say some clouds are lined with silver”
By Jean-Francois Wallace III
ISBN: 978-1664274761 (softcover); ISBN: 978-1664274778 (hardcover); ISBN 978-1664274754 (electronic)
Available from WestBow Press, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Jean-Francois Wallace III is a writer, speaker, poet, ordained minister, and computer consultant with a BS in Ministerial Science. He is the father of two adult daughters, Renée and Rachel, and lives in San Antonio, TX, with his wife, Paula. “They Say Some Clouds Are Silver Lined” is her first collection of poems.

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SOURCE WestBow Press

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