Trapped no more is about rigorously pursuing freedom against all odds. In this book, the author shares her true life story of the horrific sexual abuse she suffered in Ireland, between the ages of eleven and seventeen, and how she survived.
Your heart will be stirred as you read in Camilla’s own words the dramatic accounts of the damage and the trauma rape can have, not just on the physical body but to the entirety of a person’s life. Camilla has also, in this book, shared the experiences of other survivors; victims who shared the pain, the ugliness and the aftermath of their various encounters.
The book is an encouragement to the body of Christ and to everybody, that no matter where you have been, God has a plan for you. The question is, can you avail and yield yourself to it? The book looks at example from the word of God and from everyday life, of where people have gone off track or are dealing with one struggle or the other in their lives, and yet they make a mighty impact. The book is centred on the grace of God and the power He demonstrates in our trials.
“And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me” 2 Cor. 12:9.
In this powerful pocketbook, “Solution Diary” are the inspired sayings from the word of God. It is recommended as steps towards a devoted and productive life. In this pocketbook are gracious and righteous rules that if followed will lead to a successful life. It is a solution and a powerful tool to be used for everyday life and for a lifetime.
” All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works” 2 Tim. 3:16-17.
A book that deals with uncovering the deceitful nature of the devil, its infiltration in our lives, in our modern day Churches and around us! In this powerful and revealing handbook by E. J. Ezekiel, is the journey of humanity since the deadly enemy called deception was born:
Exposing the destructive nature of deception and its effect in our lives. Unravelling the truth about the different characteristics and manifestation of a deceitful lifestyle and consequences that go with it. Bringing restoration to as many that are taken over in their lives by a deception.
In this powerful and revealing handbook, the author brings to the attention of the reader the seriousness of the time we are living in.
He has painstakingly put down the insight and revelation he has gained over time in the word of God concerning the last days and the events that precede them.
The book is a continued wake-up call to the body of Christ and to the world at large concerning the seriousness of the time and the brevity of it, and on how to put it to the best use while we still have it, because it is running out!
In this powerful and gracious handbook, the author clearly stated what it means to bring man back to his provenance, his turning away from sin to God and ultimately attaining his saintly position as ordained by God. He clearly stated God’s opinion of who a saint is and who a sinner is, and most of all, how the saints are to make other saints out of sinners. He was able to disseminate very vital information in relation to the sensitivity and timeliness of the work that need to be done. He brings to the attention of those who have been called to do this wonderful work, the words of Christ. Reminding them that they have been called by Christ to fulfill the great commission of reaching out to sinners in love, just as it was done to them.
In “Visions from Patmos” Isekhua Evborokhai skillfully combines fiction, Biblical, historical accounts into an easy-to-read narrative of the book of Revelations. Each chapter of the novel corresponds with the chapters of the book but it is not an interpretation of the book, nor a replacement, neither is it intended to “add to” or “take away from” what is written in it.
Still Standing gives direction to anyone facing challenges or difficult situations in life. In this book, Isekhua Evborokhai draws wisdom and direction from my personal experiences, the experiences of others, compilations of short stories, lyrics of songs by popular song writers and artistes, poems, quotes, movies and ultimately the infallible Word of God (the Holy Bible), with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Oozing with positivity, this is the kind of book that one should have within easy reach. It reads like a trusted guide to the journey of life; a sort of ‘chicken soup’ remedy for life’s trials and struggles. Its inspirational anecdotes are certainly good for the body and good for the soul. At the heart of its success is its practical simplicity and common-sense approach; it is a quick read and very memorable. Long after you put the book down the words still resonate and the section titles read as bite-size daily inspirations. Bible quotations have been drawn from various translations for clarity and simplicity. The language style is informal; making it extremely easy to read (you most likely will not need to pull out a dictionary!). It is broadly divided into two parts: Part 1 “Need to Know” and Part 2 “Need to Do” and made up of thirteen chapters; each chapter is a “flipped light switch” that floods our lives with warmth and brightness of the truth from God’s Words unveiling to the reader, nuggets vital to living victoriously through life’s challenges. It answers the “what?”, “why?” and most importantly, the “how?” question.
“For over four centuries, a nation lived in the bondage of slavery to their Colonial masters; all because they were unfortunate that an ignorant king came to power. But one glorious day, all that came to an end! This is the story!”
In this book, Isekhua Evborokhai skillfully combines fiction, Biblical, historical accounts into an easy to read narrative by inter-weaving the first six books of the Bible