You Can Destroy Your Defiant Giant!
Battered Wife to 4.0 GPA Masters Degree in 8 Months
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Everyone has suffered and has been afflicted with something horrible at one time of their life or the other. The question is: are we going to use any roadblock that is put in our path by the tragedies of life as an excuse as to why we are not getting up from the bed of a victim or are we going to rise up from the ashes of pain and use the anger to kill that very defiant giant enemy of our soul? The author will show you the power of roadblocks and adversity in your life and how you can use that very giant that wanted to destroy you to destroy the very giant enemy and save others. You will identify with her story and you will come to understand that in every human being there is strength so powerful that it can destroy anything that stands in your face in defiance every day.
This giant can be smoking, promiscuity, being overweight, a drug habit, a procrastination spirit, terminal disease, poverty, insecurities, fear, illiteracy, war or even a criminal record, etc. You will be inspired to come closer to your Creator. You will be empowered to go back to the enemy’s camp and take back what the devil stole from you and you will be challenged to go after all unrealized dreams and dead visions that are in you. Her life changing, soul inspiring, and mind invigorating story will help you realize that you too can succeed. You too can rise from ashes of pain. You too can do whatever you set your mind to do no matter what your past said. In God and with God everything is possible. This book will push you to be all that you can be because if this little woman who had a BIG GOD destroyed her defiant giant of domestic violence and became a deliverer of those that are affected, afflicted and incapacitated because of this debauchery, impious, wicked and decadent crime, YOU TOO CAN DESTROY YOUR DEFIANT GIANT! You will never be the same again. Never!
A house is a place where you feel secure, loved and protected from all outside dangers. This is a dwelling place of peace, harmony and tranquility. It is indeed a safe haven for your soul. But what do you do if a place that is supposed to be peaceful has become a war zone? Where do you go to find comfort and solace if you can’t find it in your own home?
You have spent years waiting for that man, or that woman of your dreams. You finally are in a relationship that you thought was a God-send. Yet you are awakened with the harsh reality of physical and mental abuse. The person that is abusing you is the person you have fallen in love with. How can you just pick up and leave? After all, your emotions are tied to this person. When you walked down the aisle and said, “I do,” you vowed you would be with this person until death no matter what. You are a loyal person. You like to keep your word. Your spouse is abusing you. You really want to leave him/her. However, you also said, “I do.” You promised yourself that you would only marry once. You do not want to move from one marriage to another. Therefore, you try your best to make the best of the bad situation. You pray and cry out to God in secret closets. You do not want to tell anyone because your pride will not let you. When you got married the whole neighborhood and practically the whole city was at your wedding. You felt like you were the most beautiful bride that has ever been and that will ever be. You had a perfect gown, perfect flower girls, and a perfect honeymoon. Everything was just perfect. How can such a perfect wedding end up in such a tragic situation?
It is not like you were not raised up in church for you were a church girl most of your life. You also graduated from one of the elite universities of our times and you were a nice and kind girl. Your parents never had any headaches or heartaches raising you at all because you were a very obedient child who did everything by the book. All your life you have strived to be the best. You were always at the top of your class. When all the teenage girls were sneaking out at night to go to a party with a boyfriend, you were up all night long studying for your final exams. Other kids used to call you book smart and a nerd and yet you never cared what anyone thought of you because you had confidence in yourself. You knew who you were. You never allowed anyone to persuade you to do something you did not want to do. You never succumbed to peer pressure regardless. Everyone in your class could be going left but if you felt like you needed to go right, you would go right, even if it were just you.
Focus and determination are some of your strengths. In fact, throughout your life, you have set a pace for yourself and you have done everything in your power to meet each and every goal. You really are an above average person. Although you were not raised up in a perfect family, you really never witnessed your dad beat up your mom and vice versa. Yes, there were some family struggles but really nothing that was completely out of the extraordinary. When you look back over your life, you really see that you grew up in a very loving family. Although there were some hard times, overall you count your childhood life blessed.
When it came to dating, you did not date until college. In fact, you were not interested in boys at al
Mable Ngalande-Fuller was born in Blantyre, Malawi, Central Africa. Her parents divorced when she was only 7 years old. Although this was a big blow to her spirit, she kept on thriving to be the best. She observed her mother struggling to provide for her household. Mable walked bare foot many miles to attend school in scorched heat weather. The only clothes in her wardrobe was her one uniform.
Through it all, whether rainy, stormy, or sunny days she went to school. Her mother instilled in her self-reliance, faith in God, and high self-esteem. Through God’s mercy and grace, Mable has always have zeal, determination and tenacity in her that cannot be described.
Her mother was a very religious and spiritual person who took all of her kids to church every Sunday. Because of her mother’s influence, she would go to the forest to pray to God to get answers to tough questions. One day, as she was only 14 years old, she knelt down in total surrender to God and immediately she started speaking in tongues without knowing anything about speaking in tongues. Her church was Presbyterian then and they never talked about speaking in tongues and no one in that church spoke in tongues at all. This would mark a very profound beginning in Mable’s Christian walk with God.
Through a series of events she found herself in Syracuse, NY where she earned her bachelors degree in accounting. She has an MBA degree and she is currently enrolled in PHD program. She is a motivational speaker, minister, and a prayer warrior. She is a giant killer, funny, and a powerful woman of God. She is fearless, relentless, persistent and yet down to earth. Her motto is: You Can Conquer Anything and be Anything in Life If You Believe!
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