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For some people, the notion of God's grace and mercy is just a cliché. But to others who have gone through fiery trials and tribulations and been delivered by the mighty hand of the Lord, grace and mercy becomes their testimony.

This new book is the fascinating story of a man who was destined to spend the rest of his life in prison, but had a miraculous turnaround. Servant Wesley opens up about the pain in his life and gives an unflinching picture of the life of a criminal before Jesus came in, changed his heart and set him on the road to true recovery. "I did not ask to be delivered from prison, only from the electric chair," Wesley writes. "But through God's grace and mercy He not only delivered me from prison, but He took me from the electric chair and put me in my mother's living room chair."

This powerful book will encourage and enlighten prisoners, ex-prisoners, drug abusers, and anyone caught up in spiritual bondage, and is a clear statement of the power of Jesus Christ to set any man or woman free.




Grace and Mercy: An Ex-Offender's Path to Redemption
BISAC Category: BIO018000 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY/ Religious


An ex-prisoner's account of his deliverance from the death penalty

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“For I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat. I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink. I was a stranger, and you invited me in. I needed clothes, and you clothed me. I was in prison, and you came to visit me.” (NIV, Matthew 25:35–36)
By Wesley Smith
About the Author

Author Wesley SmithServant James Wesley Smith Jr. has been diligently serving our Lord Jesus Christ since 1987. He was blessed to grow up in a family of believers as his father pastored a church in Hallandale. He strayed away from the Word of God at an early age and lived a life of drugs abuse and crime. This life style landed him in prison facing the electrical chair on first degree murder charges, but through God’s Grace and Mercy he was delivered from the electric chair into his mother’s living room chair..  Read More