It Is Finished
By: Thierry R. Lundy
About the Book
Imagine that, for most of your life, you’ve accepted the idea that your life consisted of just one level. This level is made up of everything you could see, smell, taste, touch, and hear. Now imagine one day you are abruptly awakened to the fact that there has not just been one level to your life, but a second one that you never knew existed. To take it a step further, imagine one day someone reveals to you that your life has never been about what you’ve always thought it was about. Imagine that this person tells you that there has always been an invisible hand working in your life in an invisible realm, and creating a story that is invisible to the naked eye.
Well, I can imagine it because this brief illustration is the nutshell that is packed with my visible and invisible story that conveys the depth of God’s goodness.
About the Author
Thierry R. Lundy is a Haitian American, born and raised in Miami, Florida. Passionate about spreading the gospel to people who may not know Christ, Mr. Lundy quickly yields to the great commission found in Mark 16:15. It reads, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Mr. Lundy accomplishes this task in several ways. He does it through the work of Literature Evangelism and spoken-word poetry.
Mr. Lundy is also passionate about mentoring and ministering to young men and women. Led by the spirit of God, he speaks encouraging words to the youth to heal and guide them on a righteous path. He is enrolled at a historically black college called Oakwood University, which is located in Huntsville, Alabama. Here he is working towards a bachelor’s degree in professional writing with a minor in theology. It is his long-term goal to earn a master’s degree in youth ministries. Mr. Lundy would like to be a youth pastor one day.
A scripture that Lundy lives by is Isaiah 61:1: “The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound.”