About the Book
Have you every asked God why me….?
Christian often share of the goodness of God, his grace, his mercy, his sacrifice and his unconditional love. When they share of the trials and tribulations they experience as they seek the kingdom of God, they share as if their faith and belief in God were unwavering. Often Christian lack transparency, they suppress the truth of their spiritual struggles when sharing with others their relationship with God. Some are concerned with being perceived negatively by others if they speak of the uncertainty felt during their pain and suffering or that non-believers may be afraid to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior.
He Had to Break Me to Bless Me is about the personal journey of a Christian woman that lost her faith and belief in God following personal tragedies in her life. She questioned why she had to endure such pain and heartache….where was God in the midst of her suffering…..why God allowed bad things to happen to good people. During the darkest times in her life she was angry with God, felt as if God had robbed and cheated her leaving her lonely and abandoned.
Each chapter exposes her emotional journey from being lost to being restored. Through her journey she explores and exposes how the question of God why me is answered; while challenging believers to engage in a personal inventory of their preparedness to enter the kingdom of God. She introduces non-believers to Jesus Christ and encourages non-believers to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior by sharing her testimony of spiritual immature to spiritual wholeness through developing, establishing, and maintaining a personal relationship with God the father, the son, and the holy spirit.
From her personal journey of restoration individuals will gain an understanding that their is a blessing in all trials and tribulations. All that is endured in life is according to God’s divine purpose and plan for your life. After reading this book individuals will have renewed faith and hope realizing that God must break you to bless you and the blessing is for you to glorify God by being obedient to his word, leading others to Christ. In the word he lets you know his plan and his purpose for all “Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is wellpleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ; to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen.” Hebrews 13:21.
gave me the strength and courage to share my journey of brokenness, anger, and despair to hope, faith, and love.