Temporary Power Outages

Christian Books

By Sandra Lott

Publisher : AuthorHouse

ABOUT Sandra Lott

Sandra Lott
I am originally from Ludlow, MS but have moved to other cities in the state over the years. I am a wife, mother, and a nurse. I am an inspirational author who loves people. I am the Choir Director, Women's Mission President, Sunday School Teacher (ages 9-11), and Assistant Secretary at my More...



When we think of the word “temporary,” we think of momentary, just for a season, not lasting forever, or for just a little while. God allows situations, things and people in our lives, to have a temporary status because He knows what’s best for us. No one wants to hurt physically or emotionally for a long period of time. God was gracious enough to provide us with the term, “temporary.” He said, “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.” “Temporary Power Outages,” shows how God’s people still have trials, tribulations, and obstacles in their lives, but glory to God, can overcome them. So many people think that being a Christian means their troubles are over. Some people think that they are unworthy of God’s love and His blessings. Meanwhile, there are others who feel that since they are saved, they have everything in the bag. They forget about others who are suffering or who are in need. The author of this book struggled with her identity as well as other issues early in childhood and continued to struggle throughout part of her adult life. Only God knew how she felt about life and how disappointing it was at times. The author shares her many encounters with God throughout her life and how He kept her from Satan’s snares. She wrote this book with the intent to help those of you who are still hurting from childhood or adulthood issues. She tells how God demonstrated His love for her in the midst of her storms. She also wants you to know that it really is not about us, but about God and the sacrifice He made by giving His only Son.

Until I was 5 years old, I thought my mother was my sister and I thought my grandparents were my parents. At the age of 10 I met my father for the first time. I struggled with my identity for years and with the stressors involved with being transported from parent to parent. The issues that I had carried right over to adulthood. However, God brought me through these trials and wanted me to share them with others who may need encouraging due to similar situations. We are only able to inspire and encourage via life's experiences.