Silent World of Visions: "The Chosen Daughter of Zion”

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Author House, May 3, 2012 - Architecture - 116 pages
About the book This is a true story of a little girl, Sibu, who was totally consumed by the beauty and the silence of the world of the unseen; nothing of this material world seemed to make sense to her. She kept secrets about her life and her spiritual relationship with God. She explored the spiritual world through dreams and visions, and that was her way of communicating with God. Her spiritual exploration denied her of her childhood and other life experiences that most children of her age had. Sibu spent most of her time in isolation communicating with her imaginary friend God. This book reveals how children can keep secrets about their lives, their personal and spiritual relationship with God. As she develops into a young woman, she gets married, and her life changes dramatically. She becomes trapped by the luxuries of the material world, and completely forgets about her imaginary friend. After some time, God seizes all the beauties and luxuries which separated Sibu from Him. Her whole luxurious life turns into a nightmare. Finally, Sibu repents and accepts Gods calling.

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Mosebodi Betty Metswamere obtained her BA Degree and Higher Diploma in Education (HDE) at Vista University (Mamelodi). She studied for Advanced Curriculum in Education with the University of North West. Ms Metswamere proved to be one of the young industrious teachers, who knelt down on the stony and thorny grounds of South Africa to uplift the standards of different communities, and giving hope to the hopeless. No matter how hard she tried, the Almighty kept on urging her to continue serving those in need. In her eleventh year of teaching and serving various communities, she got position one in the National Teacher’s Awards (NTA) in her area, and was promoted as a Departmental Head. Furthermore, she was granted a scholarship to study for Masters Degree in TESOL in the Unites States of America. Later, Ms. Metswamere accepted God’s calling and moved from the Zion Christian Church to establish St. Mary’s Inter Denominational Ministry in Bodibe Village.

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