Your Face - the Place of Blessing

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2005 - Religion - 144 pages
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"That''s not nice little girl," said my great grandfather who was 90 years plus, as he sat at the kitchen table directly across from me. His wrinkled, scraggily face had such a look of disapproval. It frightened me so much that I almost wet on myself. (Chapter One) DeLoris jacqueline received the inspiration to write this book after speaking in Portugal on Relationship. The "face," is the common thread in the garment of relationship God's original intent was for the face of mankind to reveal His image and likeness. Our face was to mirror His so that it would bless, shine upon, extend grace, give approval, encourage, and lift up others. Why is it that the average person is afraid of the faces of others? Why has the face become the place of rejection, intimidation, mockery, verbal abuse, scorn and everything but a blessing to others? Like the tongue, the members of your face: the eyes, ears, nose and mouth, hold the keys to life and death, even your destiny. This book has been written with the hope that you will be enlightened and healed.

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DeLoris  j.  Moore is an International inspirational and motivational speaker.  She is an ordained minister and has been in ministry since 1980.  In 1987, she founded A Taste of Jesus Ministries, an organization that focuses on both the spiritual and natural restoration and enrichment of the total family.


DeLoris also serves on the International Board of Directors of Aglow International.  Her travels have taken her extensively throughout the USA and overseas to the Netherlands, Iceland, England, Israel, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Portugal and Sri-Lanka.


Her unique teaching and ministry style has caused her to be sought out as a speaker.  She has a way of causing you to laugh at the truth and still be convinced and willing to, as she often puts it, “Change your mind, mouth and attitude so you can change your destiny.”

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