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About the Author: James John Irwin, born 6:01 A.M. in Cheboygan, Michigan, January 23rd 1946. He now resides in Sweet Grass, Montana with his wife, Sharlene Diane.
He’s known for his wit, sense of humor, and deep commitment to his Creator and offers us much wisdom from his life’s journey and lesions it can teach.
His autobiography reads like a fine novel, laced with humor and suspense of life itself, as well as, priceless new thoughts about the soul within mankind.
James’ takes you through the roller coaster ride of his lvicissitudes and shows that he is only human but with extraordinary moments interlaced within his life.
His compulsion to search for God as a small boy propelled him through his service in the Marine Corps and the horrors of war to discover a personal relationship with that God.
His life reveals insights into the horror of life and all human lessons that speaks volumes of common expressions!
“Hey…you: with the hair on your head, it’s time that you read this book!”
“The words contained in these pages will be the sticky stuff that will glue your eyes to its pages revealing untold secretes that will hold you captivated and provide some ‘food for thought’.”
Mr. Irwin’s quote:: “Love is that;Which the essence of another,is essential to your own
Preface Introduction (part)
I’ve attempted to remember as much as I could, and place in this document with as great a detail as possible. Yet many times my memory has eluded me and for that I do issue apologies to all those folks and various precise details I could not recall.
I’ve used as much of the colloquial language as I can remember and I’ve not ‘soften’ or made it less offensive, for life is raw and uncensored. Should it offend, then, I must say it was life and the living of it was as close as I could reiterate it for the impact would have not been as effective had I not done so. A word of caution, explicit language that may offend will begin to rear its ugly head in about chapter six and increase all though chapter thirteen and then tapers off and is sprinkled thereafter, but since it was the living and in the telling; forgive the crude language, but such is war and difficult situations that it brings it into being.
“Behold, for mine own part, I have reached the inner vision, and through the spirit Thou hast placed within me, come to know Thee, my God. I have heard Thy wondrous secret, nor heard it amiss. Through Thy Holy Spirit,through Thy mystic insight, Thou hast caused a spring of knowledge to well up within me, a fountain of strength, pouring forth waters unstinted, a floodtide of loving-kindness and of all-consuming zeal. Thou hast put an end to my darkness, and the splendor of Thy glory has become unto me as a light everlasting.”
The book of HYMS – Dead Sea Scriptures