by Lucinda Mills
From the age of seven to the age of eighteen, Lucinda Mills lived in fear of her father. The very man who was supposed to protect her was the one who robbed her of innocence, making her the target of his sick perversions as he raped her repeatedly for over a decade.
Years later Lucinda was still dealing with the aftermath of incest and abuse, her hatred toward her father and the baggage she carried affecting every aspect of her life even her relationship with God, her Heavenly Father. In Let Yesterday Go: Finding Grace in the Midst of the Storm, she shares her heartrending story of survival, struggle, and ultimately triumph through love and forgiveness.
Raw with emotion and honesty, this story is one that victims of all types of abuse can find hope in, discovering that it is possible to Let Yesterday Go.