Had I Known... . Now Pray!

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AuthorHouse, Jul 13, 2007 - Religion - 112 pages
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Had I known is all about prayer and intercession. This book is an eye opener to everyone including the church as to the things that surround us and happen to us, but because we are blind or have no knowledge of them, we are being hindered.  It is a book to guide one in prayer, especially when you do not know what or how to pray.

           

“Had I Known” contains a little bit of some of the things surrounding us.  It is a book that will help you to avoid some mistakes of your own. It will guide you to praying the perfect will of God. “Had I Known” is an everyday book, carry along, to wherever.  This book will set the captive free, and lead you to your breakthrough. Your eyes of understanding will be opened to some of the evil surrounding you.  Now you know how to take authority as a soldier for Christ.  As you read and pray the prayers in this book, you will also hear yourself say, HAD I KNOWN.

 

God bless you as you read and pray with this book.  Amen.

 

 

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About the author (2007)

Hannah Atta Ezekiel, a Nigerian by birth, is the third child among twelve children of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Owhegberu.  She finished her primary education at convent school II in warri, attended college of commerce in warri, and graduated June 1979.  Moved to Lagos State and attended Davog School of catering, and Hotel management from where she proceeded after graduation to work at the front office of Durbar hotel.

 

She came to the United States of America on January 28th 1986 to join her fiancée.  Hannah attended Bishop College in Dallas Texas but was unable to complete four year program because of family reason. She later attended Cedar Valley College while working to support herself and her two young children. The challenges at home from her husband, children and work without emotional and moral supports compelled her to drop out of college.

 

In 1997, she was ordained a minister at the Zoe ministries Holy Ghost prayer school in Dallas Texas under Pastor P.N. Anwuzia. In 1998 the family issues escalated and her husband eloped to New Jersey with another woman. However, God has been faithful. He kept and is still keeping her and her children. She is now in catering business and is known by so many as one of those serving the best in Nigerian dishes. Hannah lives in Arlington with her children Kimberly, Whitney, Tamara, and Emmanuel Ede.

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