Paperback: 395 pages
Publisher: Entirely Jesus (December 2019)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
The Iron Furnace:
A Young Life Abandoned, Plundered and Hated,
but Loved by Jesus
This memoir covers the first twenty-two years of the unusual life of
Pamela Ayn Austen, hated by many, but loved by Jesus. It is a true
account of a child born to suffer, and yet given spiritual faith to hear
the voice of God daily, and to receive his guidance and encouragement
through the trials and testings of a lifetime of agony within the
of nonstop abuse, lies, thefts and injustice.
Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story,
whom he has redeemed from the hand of the enemy.
"I spent years begging the Lord to let me die,
but when he finally answered, he said,
'I have spoken to you more than to most all others.
Shall I take you out of the world so that
no one can see your faith?'"
- Pamela Ayn Austen
I got a Facebook page just to advertise this book. Facebook rejected merely the cover image and stated it would be offensive to many Facebook users. I didn't have a Facebook page before that, and I got rid if it within minutes of getting it due to what they said about the cover of my memoir. Beware the yeast of Facebook, which is hypocrisy. Society will tell us Facebook is necessary; but no, it isn't. It's designed to puff people up with pride, and inflate society with Godless delusion.