The author of this inspirational book has filled its pages with love and compassion, a rare insight into God's Word, and with love for all God's creatures. She sincerely believes that God loves everyone and wants each one to surrender his life to Him. She truly desires to be an instrument in His hands to spread His precious love to all. The poems, written over a period of years, are a product of her daily devotions early in the morning. She has gained a love for His Word through her daily study of the Bible and has been inspired by the many writers whose words she has loved and admired. The desire to write poetry was instilled in her at a young age as she had much time to ponder on God's love and the beauty of His creation. Throughout life He has been close by her side to guide her in His ways and to provide guidance through wonderful loving parents, dedicated teachers and Christian leaders. He has been her Counselor, Comforter and Guide through the difficult times in her life. The years were lonesome after losing her husband but a loving God has given her an entirely new life and given her the joy of serving Him. After her retirement she lived in the country and enjoyed hours of walking and praising God for the beauty He created for us to enjoy. These excursions gave her much material for her writing. She feels it is only fitting that these last years she has should be dedicated to writing poems and gratefully praising Him for His goodness through her lifetime. Her prayer is that Morning Moments With My Master will be an encouragement to all who read. Fern Hanlin Coberly was born in Kanawha County, West Virginia, July 21, 1928. She graduated from Tanner High School in Gilmer County and attended Glenville State College. She earned her Accredited Records Technician Certificate and served as Medical Record Librarian at Spencer State Hospital, Spencer, West Virginia, for thirteen years. She was widowed in 1974 and enrolled in Appalachian Bible College, Bradley, West Virginia, in 1976. She graduated in 1980 with a B.A. degree in Bible and Christian Education. She was appointed Dean of Women in 1979 and served in that office until her retirement in 1989. After residing in Gilmer Couny for fifteen years, she moved to Elyria, Ohio, where she is an active member of the Church of the Open Door. She published her first book of poetry, Moments Of Meditation, Sharing God's Love, in April,2007.