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ABSTINENCE OF LOVE by Mrs. Betty McKoy- McLean

ABSTINENCE OF LOVE

by Mrs. Betty McKoy- McLean

Pages: 56

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • POETRY - Subjects & Themes - Inspirational & Religious
  • POETRY - Subjects & Themes - General
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Inspirational

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662817496

Price : $12.49

This book will be available to purchase on
December 28, 2021.



This book is about being in love.
Sometimes people be looking and waiting on that one special person. Wanting that one true love, friend, companion to share their life with. Being alone, can Sometimes make you fell unattractive. Wondering why you can’t find that one special someone. When you find that one person you want to spend the rest of your life with. The poems are how you feel when you met that special someone. The poems are how you feel when you’re apart. So, never stop looking for the love that God has for you.

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My name is Mrs. Betty McKoy-McLean. I’m a woman of God, God is the head of my life. I love going to church and to fellowship with others.I attend church at New Beginningz praise and Worship Ministry. I was born on January 4th, 1964. I’m from Fayetteville, N.C., but, now I live in Raeford, N.C. I have 2 grown children, LaTasha and George. I have 5 grandchildren, Mikayla, Elijah, Ezekiel, Samari and Josiah. I love spending time with family and friends. I have a large family. I have my wonderful husband (Rev. Curtis), we’ve been married 4yrs. I have my beautiful mother, Dora, I have 5 wonderful sister’s, Rebecca, Ruth, Elizabeth, Anita and Arletta. I have 3 awesome brothers, Isiah, Willie and George. I love all of my family, with all of my heart. I enjoy sewing, Crocheting, making jewelry and arts and crafts and etc. The reason I wrote this book is because I had attended a church event in 2016 at Plain Truth Holiness Church. It was a Gospel group there, I saw him singing in this group. Couldn’t stop looking at him. Something spark in me, when the program was over, I knew I had to say something before they lift. So some people was leaving, and others standing around outside. I went outside and he was outside, we exchanged words and then I said I don’t mean no harm, but you’re very handsome. He said than you, we continue to talk while the group loaded their equipment. Then he was leaving, I told my friend, that I had told this man he was handsome. She said which one, I pointed to the gentleman walking away. She had me to go get him, because she knew him. I had her to get his number for me, because I was getting ready to go back to Maryland. The rest is history. I have wonderful stepchildren and grandchildren.

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