Gena Brown was born and raised in Cumberland County, NJ. She began her writing journey in 2000 as she stepped into adolescence and began the journey to discovering who she was.
In 2005, she used poetry for the talent portion in the running for Miss Cumberland County. She continued to write all throughout her years of school, but her passion for writing became dimmer as life began to run away from her.
In a recent time of seeking healing and deliverance, her passion returned with a fresh anointing.
Gena Brown ministers with her husband, Terrance on Facebook on their page called, “Dreams R Us” which focuses on dream education and interpretation. She is also the co-owner of Love Trus Loyalty LLC, doing decorative appeal and merchandise.
She currently lives with her husband and three amazing children in Millville, NJ.
My Levels To His Realms
Are you ruled by your emotions? The way we feel and respond to people shows just how we think God feels and responds to us.
My youth was filled with emotional roller coasters. I would take one emotion and multiply it and add several more false emotions.
Misery loves company and bad spirits run in packs. Opening the door for one leaves enough room for others to slither in at the same time.
This book was birthed from poetry I wrote while I was riding these roller coasters. And poetry that God gave me in my healing and restoration.
You will see “My Levels” are the older poems filled with the lies of the enemy.
“His Realms” are my newer poems filled with true knowledge of Abba.
I invite you with me on this journey with the Father to discover what lies you have accepted in your life.
This book will reveal to you what thoughts and feelings are pure and true and what Abba truly thinks about you!
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My Levels To His Realms by Gena Brown
My Levels To His Realms Are you ruled by your emotions? The way we feel and respond to people shows just how we think God feels and responds to us. My youth was filled with emotional roller coasters. I would take one emotion and multiply it and add several more false emotions. Why? Misery loves…