The Many Facets of Me
From A Heart of Hurt to The Joy of Jesus
Dr. Wendy Hall Sims in The Many Facets of Me shares how she moved From A Heart of Hurt to The Joy of Jesus. She expounds upon how God allowed the facets of her life to build her character and faith.
Dr. Sims encourages her readers to put their trust securely in God, who will always channel every situation into one that will ultimately work for your good. Being mocked (for the color of her skin) and molested at a very young age, she identifies with those who have been hurt but encourages them like her, to use their hurt to their advantage by spreading a message of love and hope.
She attributes her relationship with Christ for helping her to move from a heart of hurt to the joy of Jesus.
Me She Her
A Women's Journal for Becoming
In Me She Her: A Women's Journal for Becoming, Author Keisha Law shares how important it is for women to be themselves. She shares that when women choose to live behind the mask, when they have not forgiven themselves or others for past pains and hurts. When you take off the mask, it is deciding to allow the real authentic you to shine in the light of God's love.
Women must always remember that God has a plan for them and just when they have gotten past their pain, the enemy will try to destroy the plan by planting bombs. Law, candidly tells how the villain and his bombs are strategically placed in your life to cause you to thwart the plans of God.
Law tells how it is important for women to understand that they need each other. That they are one another's keepers and should always declare, "Girl, I Got You."
The Truth Set Me Free!
The lies we tell, facades we put up, and the mask we hide behind will eventually drive us until we become entangled in a world of deceit. A world full of embellishment, where we leave reality opting to live in a world made up of fairy tales.
Evangelist Wright shares how we are afraid of our own truths because we are afraid of what others may think or say.
The Truth Set Me Free shares how she lived and told lies until God’s truth set her free. She realized she had to come to grips with who she really was: a liar, fornicator, lustful, angry, suicidal, depressed, bitter, drunken, and perverse young woman who blamed everyone else for who she was. She realized the Lord needed to save her from herself. Everything that was not of God had to flee but it started with God’s truth changing her mind and reality. God’s truth set her free!