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Treasures of Darkness: A Prison Journey Paperback – August 11, 2011
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Trish Jenkins is a dynamic, inspirational speaker and author. Audiences laugh, cry and learn when she speaks on overcoming adversity and fraud warnings. Going to prison is especially embarrassing, when you are a Pastor's Kid! Truth really is stranger than fiction. Trish says, "If I couldn't prove it, no one would believe me!" You can change the past and free your future - Trish did! She says, "I may not be able to change the facts, but I CAN change what I believe they mean for my life.That thing that could have destroyed me, now serves me as I share the Treasures I discovered in my Darkness, with YOU. Her own adversity made her an authority on fraud warning signals and resulted in her first book "Dangerous Wealth: What Every Successful Woman Needs to Know to Avoid Being Ripped Off!" Trish is Australian. She lives in Brisbane with her husband Justin and her 3 beautiful girls, Chelsea and identical twins Felicity and Olivia. The Jenkins are active members of their church and business community.
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Trish is an amazing narrator that keep you by her side vividly. Surely she described some of the horrors of being a prisoner and there may be a bit of curiosity about that "world". I have never been incarcerated physically but as she said there are other types of imprisonment that we all go at times.
I identified with her though life and consistent dying to the flesh while experiencing mistreatment. Her openness to God's correction ministered to me immensely. Keeping her passion full of compassion was a remarkable accomplishment! As she stayed passion without compassion is ambition.
I recommend this book to rekindle compassion and openness to God's correction. To see humility when is hard to remain humble and keep loving the people the world consider unlovable.
So does being a Christian mean we get off Scott free for ever after? No. Going against truth brings consequences.
God does not promise to lift the consequences, although He could. Rather He is willing to walk with us through the trials, even those we may have brought upon ourselves. He is certainly willing to walk with us through any injustice. And if we ask Him he will bring beauty from ashes.
I bought not just one book, but two. One to keep and one to loan to others.
Trish acknowledged that her incarceration was God's will for her life at this particular point in her life and she made every effort to follow His guidance day by day during this dark time. This book is a testament to her faith and how she was not only able to survive, but how she used her experience to reach out to others.