November 2011 – An Inmate’s Testimony

It’s about time, that’s what we told myself on May 27, 2011 in a Chaplain’s bureau when we finally gave it all to God and asked Him to pardon me. My name is Shanna. I’m 24 years aged and we was innate in Oklahoma City, though changed to Texas with my grandparents when we was three.

My father was in and out of my life compartment about a age of 12. That’s when my father changed in with my grandmother, grandfather, and me. Now we couldn’t tell we most about my mother; usually that a final time we saw her was when we was 5 years old. She was so pretty. we remember all about her: what she was wearing, what she smelled like, even a finger spike gloss – it was red. She was murdered when we was sixteen.

At that time, we was being molested  by a family member. we had mislaid all hope. Two weeks before my mom was killed we prayed to God that He would send my mom to me to save me. By a age of sixteen we had a lot of heartache, annoy and difficulty in my life and hated God. we started celebration and secluded out of school. we started to dispatch drugs. It started out with pot, afterwards came pills, afterwards meth. we also have a small hermit and sister we had been holding caring of.

Now 8 years later, here we am in a Oklahoma County Jail on a trial violation. I’ve been sitting here given May 9, 2011 and for a initial time in about 3 years, I’m indeed sober. we now comprehend God has never secluded me, we have secluded Him. God loves us and no matter what we do He will always pardon us and lead us behind to that moral trail He designed out for us from a beginning. we contend to all of you, pull nearby to Him and He’ll pull nearby to you. we know this time I’m for genuine since I’ve indeed schooled from my tribulations and we have God to appreciate for that. He saved my life, we wish by pity my story we have helped some behind to God.


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