I was watching my siblings when someone kcked very hard on the door. Feeling nervous, I went to the door and said, Who is it? They responded, It's the police. At that point I didn't kw what to do so I opened the door. The police came in and asked me how old I was. I told them twelve years old. I was lying about my age because I thought I needed to be twelve years old to be left alone with my younger siblings. The police officer searched the apartment and found drug paraphernalia in my mom's room and they perceived that we were too young to be home alone. They rounded me and my siblings up and escorted us to the police car. I was nine years old. Author Shavona Floyd creates an emotionally rich, spiritually transformative piece outlining her incredible journey in Lord, You've been Faithful. Coming from a place of early exposure to harsh realities, witnessing emotionally turbulent scenery, coupled with drug abuse and domestic abuse, Shavona's narrative will hold your heart, encouraging you to feel her story. With vivid images and emotional openness, Shavona illustrates how a strong will, the love of Christ and a choice to rise above influences is all she had to get her through challenging moments. Shavona portrays an enthusing emotional resilience and strength to boost her into success and personal growth. Through a faithful relationship with God, Lord, You've been Faithful shows you how to release painful past memories, how she recovered from low self-esteem, emotional trauma and has practiced forgiveness. Shavona is bold, authentic and unashamed of revealing things she has seen. She describes the hardships of her life without judgment, kwing that people can transform if they release themselves from their sin. Readers can learn how Shavona has freed herself from deep wounds through Christ. Lord, You've been Faithful is a strong read to inspire those who have family members struggling with drug abuse; it can also motivate former drug abusers to turn to Christ and live an inspired life.