Journey into Proverbs 31

Life always seemed a little easier for me – not perfect, but not complicated all that much either. I had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. I had mentors that I could question and grow from and with. Life was good.

A series of events changed my life from a little easier to complicated beyond expectations. It started with an unexpected pregnancy. Morning sickness had nothing on my 24 hours a day sickness and the medication that I was given caused a dystonic reaction that ended in a miscarriage.

The church my family attended had all but broken ties with us. One of the elders had told me that they wanted me to leave. Not because I was doing anything but because I had a personal walk with Christ that interfered with the way “they” wanted things done. The only good news from the sickness was that I did not have to deal with their coldness when I attended church. Church was not an option.

At the same time I was struggling with my sickness, my great aunt was dying of cancer and too sick to visit with me. We tried to talk to each other on the phone, but had very little success. It was tough not to spend time with the one person I had visited with almost every day of the week.

Just when I thought everything was going to settle down in my life, my husband turned to me on the couch and told me that he was unhappy with the way things were. HE was unhappy? I was miserable.

It was at that moment in my life that God lifted me up. He healed my pain – of the lost child, of the rejection by my church “family” and the displeasure of my husband and best friend. The Proverbs 31 woman became the focus of my day and nights. I wanted to be her – I needed to be her.

The more I studied the Proverbs 31 woman and the deeper I dug into the Word, the more I began to see that the problems in my life could easily be conquered when the Proverbs began to be the focus.

In just one week I will be releasing the full eBook that reveals the steps that I took to begin shifting my life from problems to Proverbs. On that Tuesday, December 15th, the eBook, Problems to Proverbs, will be available for only $9.95 (a 50% discount).

Join me in my journey from uncertainty and lack to one of peace, prosperity, and purpose.

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