I refused to let go of my confidence or the actuality of the love and acceptance Jesus held for me, even if I was flawed with a mental illness. The cycle of dysfunction spun Annette Robertson's life out of control until it was ruled by a mental illness. God's promise to heal her sustained her for ten years, until the day of restoration arrived. After taking back the territory of her mind that the devil had tried claiming, Annette discovered how Love and Acceptance of oneself is learning to appreciate who God designed her to be. Despite the obstacles within Annette's mind, God's love helped her to accept who she was, even at her worst. Readers will see through this inspirational story that Love and Acceptance of others across denominational lines begins with an appreciation for individuality. Freedom from the darkness of diversity fades into the illuminating sovereignty of God that unveils the beauty within all who are shaped for his glory. 'Annette offers from her experiences both insight and practical teaching that gives the reader tools useful in facing the weapons the evil one wields against God's children. I trust that you will be blessed in this reading as the Holy Spirit speaks through Annette's life to you.' John Bailey-Pastor at Church of Christ, Charlotte, Michigan. Annette Robertson avidly serves in various ministries in her local church. Through God's healing power and fervent love, she has seen the significance of his supremacy triumphing over evil, which will break barriers and build bridges of unity between those he loves. Annette and her husband, Deitrice, currently reside in Charlotte, Michigan, where they enjoy spending time with their family and friends.
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Book Description Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 216 pages. 8.00x5.20x0.60 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1607997606