Anticipation : Waiting on Tiptoes for the Lord
While society spins at a maddening pace, addicted to speed, where are those who are "waiting," as on tiptoes, for God: In this new book, Pastor Hyveth Williams uses an engrossing combination of humor, scholarship, and personal experience to illustrate the power of living in anticipation of the Lord's return. New life lessons pour from the Scriptures as Williams asks:
- Did Jesus really call that woman a dog and then commend her for her faith?
- Did a certain rabbi actually pray, "I thank you God that you did not make me a woman or a pig"?
- What can we learn from the woman with the issue of blood or the woman with the demon-possessed daughter?
If in your daily trials, you've grown weary of waiting on God to come through, Anticipation will help you find your second wind so you can run and not get weary, walk and not faint.
Will I ever learn? : one woman's life of miracles and ministry
This is the incredible autobiography of a young woman who pursued fame and fortune with passionate intensity.
The victim of childhood sexual abuse, she decided that no God would allow a little girl to suffer as she had, and so she embraced atheism. She submerged herself in a world of power and politics, drugs, the occult, broken relationships, pain, and emptiness until there was nothing about her to suggest a divine destiny. Only God knew what was in the heart of this cigar-smoking, hard-drinking, profane woman-because He had put it there.
With divine urgency the Father sought His lost child, fanning the spark of unconditional love that would not let her go.