Paul G. Tremewan writes a heart-touching tribute to God, to family, and to living during the most trying of times.
Confined in the chains of a bedridden and dying body, Paul G. Tremewan, did the only thing he could, write to others to inspire them. His poems and stories reflect his thoughts and prayers of the scripture verse - 2 Corinthians 4:16, “So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day.”
Declaring Jesus Christ as Lord of all, Paul G. Tremewan’s poems and stories have been put in this faith-filled memoir, so they might be preserved. His insights from his deathbed offer teaching, wisdom and inspire and give life to a dying world. Giving hope for the faith journey, his book also sheds light on God’s Word, hope, prayer, nature, peace, relationships and his many teaching experiences, some humorous, stories as a teacher of young middle school kids.
Paul G. Tremewan was also an avid outdoorsman, writer, carpenter (and even a Civil War enthusiast who enjoyed reenactments of the Civil War) that loved to give to others and as one who appreciated life, he reminds us all of the meaning of counting one’s blessings in such a temporal and fading world.
Additionally, his son, Robert Tremewan, writes the forward and states, “My dad, being the loving,
caring soul he was, would have been quite thrilled and honored to have his writings published, so as to give comfort or inspiration to those who may need it. It is my hope that this book can help anyone suffering from terminal illness find peace, and even if in but a small way help in the fight against ALS. This book is dedicated to the memory of my dad, Paul George Tremewan, and to those in spiritual need into whose hands this book may find its way. May they be at peace.”
If you know of anyone suffering from hopelessness or a terminal illness, these prayers, poems and endearing short stories written from the most humbling of places comes highly recommended! This a rare gem, that most-likely you will remember as one of those books to remember and that changed your life.