This book about Healing and finding Hope in God has been chosen as Women of Reverence's book of the Month!
You Were Meant to Live Free, Healed, and Whole!
And when Jesus saw her, he called her to Him, and said unto her; Woman, thou art loosed from thine infirmity.
Luke 13:12 KJV
Do you feel imprisoned by past failures—like you just can't break free from all the guilt, condemnation, and shame? Does your heart long to experience true joy and lasting wholeness? It's time to start living the free and flourishing life that God has always intended for you.
For over 20 years, T.D. Jakes' classic bestseller, Woman, Thou Art Loosed, has brought hope and healing to countless women. No matter where you find yourself today—insecure teenager, battered wife, hopeless woman, or broken female soul—you can experience a better tomorrow!
In these healing pages you will receive:
keys to find freedom from the pain of the past.
deliverance from low self-esteem and self-hatred.
healing for a wounded or broken heart.
hope for a bright and glorious future.
There is freedom available for you—regardless of the tragedy, trauma, and disappointments that life has brought.
Let today be the first day on your journey towards complete healing and deliverance!
Tell us a bit about yourself:
My name is Ntombi Thamba. I work at the Department of Health as a Counselor and I am a mother of one. I am a leader at Gateway City Church. I am big on encouraging the youth and teaching them about abstaining which is something they need to be taught in the kingdom of God.
Name of Book:
WOMAN,THOU ART LOOSED!
What drew you to read this book?:
The author is the one that drew me into reading this book, I love reading T.D. Jakes' books because they encourage me and they help me go back to my drawing board and also when he writes they're always scripture references.
What impact did this book have on your life?:
This book teaches numerous ways on how to heal and move on from the past. It teaches how to try and understand people on a deeper level, and not to force God on them. Most people have dealt with the worst challenges and blame God instead of seeking Him through His word, the bible. The book helps you realize that wounds that are not treated don't heal, does not matter how much time passes. Understanding that you can't change the past but only learn from it. We need to do an introspection before we move on with our lives, similar to the story of Tamar.
In a paragraph, what is the main point of this book?:
The main point of the book is healing and moving on from your past, no matter how painful it was, no matter how you felt at that moment, you need to heal and move on because your past belongs in the past. We hold ourselves back by focusing on what happened instead of focusing on healing and being a better version of ourselves. We hold ourselves prisoner instead of healing and setting ourselves free from the past and fully moving on.
Who would benefit from reading this book?:
Everyone can benefit from this book, especially Pastors and leaders so they can understand what people are dealing with and try to give them few ways on how to deal and heal from the past. It is also for those who have struggled to heal from their traumatic experiences.
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