Rise Up O' Woman and Deliver Yourself

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 88 pages
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Having been instrumental in building a church from the embryonic stage, the author understands the sacrifices that the first family must make in order for the pastor's vision to be realized. Many times these sacrifices impact the family in ways that are parallel to none. Often, some are unnecessary, but due to a lack of wisdom, knowledge and understanding of the role and responsibility, the family may experience much suffering and pain. As a result of the author's own encounterings in this area, she believes her experiences were not uncommon to the wives of pastors, but also, she believes they were not ordinary. It is her persuasion that every thing that has happened to her had a purpose, and certainly, they have been instrumental in helping her to understand what hurting wives of pastors feel. In this, her third published book she shares very personal experiences, which she believes, were not meant to be kept personal. She is convinced that her pain and her living will be in vain, if she takes her experiences to the grave. The author believes she has a healing message that can revolutionize the pastor's wife. Not only will it benefit the pastor's wife, but also it has a message conducive to anyone who wishes to rise above many of life's circumstances. She feels that much pain can be avoided where there is wisdom. With her experience has come wisdom; therefore, this book has been written that others may benefit from her wisdom without paying the price of experience, which one of life's most expensive and greatest teachers.
  

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Contents

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CHAPTER II
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CHAPTER III
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ER V
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CHAPTER IV
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