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Table Of Contents

introduCtion
What to expeCt
CharaCter BuildinG time
movinG aGain
GirlS
Who am i really?
a neW BeGinninG
daddy’S turn
it’S your turn mom
time to GroW up
BaCk to reality
Freedom
movinG into deStiny
the road to deStiny
diSCoverinG the poWer oF God
my evaluation oF my liFe
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God Said It’s Time for Closure

God Said It’s Time for Closure

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In 2008, Lora-Neish realized that her life had suddenly gone from bad to worse—she just kept failing, no matter how hard she tried. Finally one afternoon, desperate for an answer, she attempted to remember a time when she was genuinely happy. The answer came almost immediately—from the moment she welcomed Jesus back into her heart, her life began to change dramatically. In her memoir, God Said It’s Time for Closure, Lora-Neish shares compelling personal anecdotes that detail her experiences during difficult periods in her life and illustrate her often challenging journey through emotional devastation, abuse, and rejection that eventually led to a new beginning inspired by guidance from the Bible. As a survivor of not only a tragic childhood, but also rape, Lora- Neish learned to internalize her pain, comforting herself only with unhealthy relationships, drugs, and alcohol. Through her poignant anecdotes, Lora-Neish demonstrates how she was given a second chance at life through the love of Jesus Christ. God Said It’s Time for Closure is an unforgettable story of survival and a testimony to others that no matter what is endured in life, it is still possible to reach for the stars with the help of Jesus Christ.
In 2008, Lora-Neish realized that her life had suddenly gone from bad to worse—she just kept failing, no matter how hard she tried. Finally one afternoon, desperate for an answer, she attempted to remember a time when she was genuinely happy. The answer came almost immediately—from the moment she welcomed Jesus back into her heart, her life began to change dramatically. In her memoir, God Said It’s Time for Closure, Lora-Neish shares compelling personal anecdotes that detail her experiences during difficult periods in her life and illustrate her often challenging journey through emotional devastation, abuse, and rejection that eventually led to a new beginning inspired by guidance from the Bible. As a survivor of not only a tragic childhood, but also rape, Lora- Neish learned to internalize her pain, comforting herself only with unhealthy relationships, drugs, and alcohol. Through her poignant anecdotes, Lora-Neish demonstrates how she was given a second chance at life through the love of Jesus Christ. God Said It’s Time for Closure is an unforgettable story of survival and a testimony to others that no matter what is endured in life, it is still possible to reach for the stars with the help of Jesus Christ.

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