Synopses & Reviews
My job is just to give you the message; it is up to you whether you believe it or not. -Saint Bernadette of Lourdes Shannon Deitz spent nearly two decades of her life in the darkest valleys of self-destruction, believing she was unworthy of God's love. After witnessing as a child the sex and drug-induced downfall of her older sister, Shannon turned away from her Catholic faith and upbringing and found herself caught in a wild and carefree lifestyle. She drank, partied, and sought comfort in abusive relationships, only to be raped not once but twice-by two different boyfriends. Years later, after an intense spiritual battle within, Shannon found herself at rock bottom, where she nally understood the truth-that her life had never belonged to her. It had always belonged to God. He had given her the gift of free will, and although she had been tied to him since conception, he had wanted her to love him on her own. Exposed: Inexcusable Me . . . Irreplaceable Him is the story of one woman's courageous journey down the path of spiritual self-discovery. Not only does this book expose the awful truths of physical and emotional abuse, but it also exposes the truth that, no matter how deeply our wounds may run, we will always be worthy of God's healing grace.