A moving story of hope and destiny, take a trip with Wanda Wilkerson from the pit of heroin addiction to a place of authority and power in Jesus Christ. Wanda shares her trials, struggles, and disappointments through fourteen years of drug addiction, an addiction that brought about circumstances and consequences no one would ever choose to live through. For those of you that are fighting drug addiction or any serious struggle, From the Pit to the Pulpit offers hope and promise that the cycle of abuse can be destroyed and a life, once over, can be restored.
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Have you ever wondered about your spiritual life? Ever thought about how your spiritual beliefs impact your life and family? As the Story Goes, is a historical memoir that reveals an immigrant family's spiritual struggles and triumphs. It reveals how one can break generational curses, release generational blessings and live victoriously
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A paradigm shift has occurred. The Church has entered into her third day and prophetically speaking, she is ready to give birth. Throughout the entire world, many in Christendom have been experiencing what I refer to as “spiritual labor pains,” a phrase that I will frequently refer to in this book. These labor pains are best described as when a pregnant woman has entered into her last trimester, and the baby is being positioned in the birth canal to come forth.
The Spirit of Jezebel is a spirit that has launched out a strategic plan and attack against the Body of Christ. It is a spirit whom I have had to war against the last several years and would not have gotten the victory over if not for the Spirit of the LORD. Some of things that I am going to be writing about in this book will deal with some of the ways in which Jezebel operates and who she targets. The spirit of Jezebel does not only target the Pastor, it also goes after prophetic people, people who have the word of the LORD in their mouth.
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