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This Too Shall Pass: Meditations, Affirmations And Encouragement For My Sisters
by Sheritha Bowman

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    List Price: $10.95 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Nonfiction
    Page Count: 82
    ISBN13: 9780595315659
    Imprint: iUniverse
    Publisher: iUniverse
    Parent Company: iUniverse

    Book Description: 

    It is when we open up and share that the healing and deliverance can begin. Our stories and testimonies open doors for other women to walk through boldly and confidently knowing that someone else went through the same thing-and survived.Sister, you are not alone. You’re not the only woman who cries in her car on the way to work. You’re not the only woman who struggles with anger and yells at her kids because life isn’t going as planned. You’re not the only woman struggling with whether or not to give him the key again. Quiet as it’s kept, she’s going through it, too."This Too Shall Pass "taps into our "other side." The depression. The fear. The loneliness. The anger that we blame on PMS. How are we dealing with the emotions that are literally crushing our spirits? We’re keeping the mask on. Afraid to open up and blow our cover. It’s time to talk about it.This inspiring book, filled with scriptural wisdom, testimonies, sisterly advice and a touch of humor so that we don’t take ourselves too seriously, will encourage you to hold on, be strong and know without a doubt that God WILL bring it to pass.

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