The Journey Into God’s Heart

Good morning beautiful people!

It’s one of those days where I am looking back and reflecting on the path that led to the publishing of this book, I Thought I Knew What Love Was. As stated in the book’s introduction, I did not set out to write a book. I simply sat down one day and began writing about my experiences with God. I wrote. I listened. I wrote some more. I listened some more! God is always speaking and the more time I made available to Him, the more He spoke. I felt like David, pouring out my heart to God during the good times and the times of great sorrow. I opened up my heart and God opened up His heart. The journey to intimacy with God began. I captured some of it via pen and paper.

Some days I wrote with tears of joy streaming down my face. I thought, “How great is our God.” Other days my heart was broken and fractured, but I still heard His voice saying, “I have loved you with an everlasting love.”

Friends, family, and God encouraged the publishing of this book. I was told by several people that no one reads poetry or verses anymore. Some literary agents won’t even talk to you. However, when God tells you to do something, it does not matter how many doors slam on you. You listen to God and take risks! Faith is spelled risk.

So, after years of encouragement and prodding from God this book was birthed. It contains over 7 years worth of reflections, prayers, and verses. They are responses to His love like the Psalms. Like David, worshiping God consumes my heart. I hope you grab this book and it takes you deeper into His heart! How He loves us. His love has changed my view of love. I hope it does the same for you.

You can pick up a copy at

Book title: I Thought I Knew What Love Was

You’re in my thoughts and prayers friends! May you have a deeper revelation of God’s love this year.

Love in Him,

Erin Lamb

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