qBeaten But Not Brokenq is an account of life of a black family from the eyes of the author, Calvin Coker and deals with the racial inequality and bigotry that most blacks faced in the south during those years of the 60s and 70s. It introduces a level of poverty that a large number of black Americans experienced and many today can relate to. Many white Americans may ask today, when will it ever be over, but for many blacks, the answer to that question is never, there will always be a struggle for us (us being all Americans). Beaten but Not Broken YAHWEH Jireh (The Lord provides), is a story that is full of life's ups and downs. From reading it, you will see that racism is not just an attitude shared from whites to blacks and that life is full of other types of circumstances that can bring you down. However, there is one and only one God who reaches down to the lowest valley and will rescue people, no matter who you are. It is a story of a human spirit being beaten on several occasions, but something inside placed from above, saying qhold on just a little while longer, your change is comingq. This is the testimony of the author, beaten or whipped at times, but finding the promised victory in Christ always in time.This is the testimony of the author, beaten or whipped at times, but finding the promised victory in Christ always in time.
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|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2008-10-10|