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How to Be Overcomers and Survivors … Not Victims!

How to Be Overcomers and Survivors … Not Victims!

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How to Be Overcomers and Survivors … Not Victims!

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72 pagine
1 ora
Pubblicato:
Jan 31, 2014
ISBN:
9781462408900
Formato:
Libro

Descrizione

Come explore this book and find hope, as well as peace and comfort, and the end to your pain and suffering. If you have been betrayed at times and made to feel worthless and unlovable, this is the book for you. That is what Satan wants, so he can defeat you!

This book speaks of pain, suffering, and victory through Jesus Christ our Lord. Only He can bring the inner healing, for there is a child injured and hurting inside of you or your loved one that longs for the pain to stop.

Please come to the healing waters and allow Jesus to bring you to the end of the guilt, shame, and indescribable pain you are experiencing. You or your loved one has been violated and betrayed; you need to be set free. Your secret keeps you captive, ashamed, and bitter. Jesus can turn the bitter into sweet and your tragedy into triumph. He has the power to deliver and raise us up and bring closure once and for all. The Bible says: I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me. Please claim Philippians 4:13 as your own. He longs to be our comfort and give us courage to face each day. He is the mighty God, who walked on water! We find His power at work in our lives as we place our hand in His and follow Him!

Pubblicato:
Jan 31, 2014
ISBN:
9781462408900
Formato:
Libro

Informazioni sull'autore

Connie resides with her husband, Ron of forty-two years in Joliet, Illinois. They have four children, nine grandchildren, and one great-grandson. She is a successful business owner and the chairman of Joliet After 5 Women’s Connection Club. She is also a Stonecroft Speaker for Christian Women’s Club.

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Contents

Prologue

Chapter  1  A Home Full of Love and Unity

Chapter  2  Meeting Our New Daddy!

Chapter  3  Enduring the Abuse and Becoming a Woman!

Chapter  4  Moving Forward after Living with Satan’s Brother!

Chapter  5  Starting a New Life with Jesus!

Chapter  6  God Faithfully Answers Our Prayers.

Chapter  7  God’s Mercy Can Help Us Overcome the Past!

Chapter  8  Looking For The family Circle to Be Complete and Not Broken!

Chapter  9  Praying and Trusting God to Survive!

I want to dedicate this book to Marilyn C. Roark (Katie).

To my forever friend and inspiration.

May we always Overcome and Survive every storm of life Through Jesus Christ our Lord!

Prologue

C ome explore this book and find hope, as well as peace and comfort, and the end to your pain and suffering. If you have been betrayed at times and made to feel worthless and unlovable, this is the book for you. That is what Satan wants, so he can defea t you!

This book speaks of pain, suffering and victory through Jesus Christ our Lord. Only He can bring the inner healing, for there is a child injured and hurting inside of you, or your loved one, that longs for the pain to stop.

Please come to the healing waters and allow Jesus to bring you to the end of the guilt, shame, and indescribable pain you feel and are experiencing. You or your loved one has been violated and betrayed; you need to be set free. Your secret keeps you captive, ashamed and bitter.

Jesus can turn the bitter into sweet and your tragedy into triumph. He has the power to deliver and raise us up and bring closure once and for all. The Bible says: I can do all things thru Christ, who strengthens me…please claim Philippians 4:13 as your own. He longs to be our comfort and give us courage to face each day. He is the mighty God, who walked on water! We find His power at work in our lives as we place our hand in His and follow Him!

Chapter 1

A Home Full of Love and Unity

H ave you ever experienced a home where you felt such love and contentment, that it was always a nice feeling to be there? Each family member cared about you and there was family unity and Jesus was always present. The family prayed and loved each other and holidays were special. That is what it was like at my grandparents’ house.

My grandfather and grandmother Smith worked very hard to take care of their children. They were poor and didn’t have much, but there was a lot of love. Grandpa Charlie was a decent man and a good example and had a great sense of humor. Grandma Flossie always told each of us that God had promised to do everything possible to reach each member of our family with His love. Grandma could sew a dress without a pattern for her girls and re-sew shirts and pants for her sons, which she acquired from the missionaries’ sales at church. She always taught us a sense of right and wrong and was faithful to take us to church on Sunday. She would sing beautiful songs to Jesus and you could feel her love for Him in each song. She was smart and very resourceful and could stretch a dollar farther than anyone we knew. She worked hard in the fields with my grandfather to bring in the crops. They also did the canning, so we would have food for the winter from the crops.

She taught us values and gave us a sense of great worth. I’m sure that she will never know just how much we all gained from her wisdom and her love for Jesus.

Uncle Ruben Hayes was their first born son. He never married anyone nor had children. He was always different and a bit of a loner.

My mom, Jacqueline, was their second child and first daughter. Grandpa always had a special love for her. Grandpa named her himself; he loved the name Jacqueline. My mom was a tomboy and loved to climb trees and play in the creek with her brothers.

Uncle Shelby Clark Smith was their third child, and second son. Mom and he would go to church together and bond very tightly as brother and sister.

My uncle Edward Walden Smith was their fourth child, and third son. Although he was younger, he seemed to be at his sister and his older brother’s heals all of the time. He also would climb trees and play in the creek, as well as go to church with family.

My uncle Victor Smith was their fifth child, and fourth son. Tragedy would strike as their two year old son, Victor was injured and died. In the spring, when they were heating the water in big pans outside on the fire to prepare to wash the meat, so they could salt it; he got too close to the fire and

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