In this book, Thomas Spann has given creative thought to balancing personal praise with a prophetic proclamation in the form of poetry. Perhaps an interested and creative musician might be motivated to compose music to accompany these lyrics. These poems cover a wide range of social and personal life happenings, including Juneteenth, protest marches, violence, and personal faith challenges.

He hopes that these poetic offerings will inspire the reader to find her or his own poetic voice in the interest of uniting the two that belong together—personal faith and social justice. The book concludes with a piece, written in poetry and prose, that he considered as a potential title, The Grace of Something More.

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