To Get A Job Blessing You Must Go Through A Job Testing

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In her book, To Get A Job Blessing, You Must Go Through A Job Testing A True Story, author Peta-Gaye Taylor shares a riveting story of a young Christian woman who endured a rape, years of depression, ridicule and illness. However, her story does not end there as the delivering power of God rescued her and completely changed her life. Read the story of hope, faith and determination.

The second half of her book is an in-depth analysis of the book of Job. A man who lost everything ...

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Overview

In her book, To Get A Job Blessing, You Must Go Through A Job Testing A True Story, author Peta-Gaye Taylor shares a riveting story of a young Christian woman who endured a rape, years of depression, ridicule and illness. However, her story does not end there as the delivering power of God rescued her and completely changed her life. Read the story of hope, faith and determination.

The second half of her book is an in-depth analysis of the book of Job. A man who lost everything he owned, endured illness and ridicule from friends and family, but in the end received double for his trouble. The story of Job is a story of faith and endurance. If you have ever experienced loss, depression, stress, illness, ridicule, sexual assault, or any other form of suffering all while serving God to your fullest, then this book is for you. Learn proven ways to get beyond your past and survive your present, and move towards total healing and restoration. My friends, a Job blessing is awaiting you.

Peta-Gaye Taylor born a native of Jamaica came to the United States at the young age of thirteen. Peta-Gaye attended Martin Luther King Jr. High school and went on to further her education at Temple University in the city of Philadelphia. She received her bachelor's degree in Education and is currently a Middle School English teacher. In addition to all her accomplishments in life Peta-Gaye is a powerhouse for the Kingdom of God. Peta-Gaye became a missionary in 2005 and has allowed the Lord to use her to be a gift to those who are least fortunate. Peta-Gaye has dedicated her time to feed the hungry, and visits shelter to spread the love and gospel of the Lord, Jesus Christ.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781609575328
  • Publisher: Xulon Press
  • Publication date: 11/18/2010
  • Pages: 150
  • Product dimensions: 0.35 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 5.00 (d)

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  • Posted October 13, 2013

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    From the Testing to the Blessing

    Peta-Gaye Taylor opens up about her life as a rape victim and, yes, a survivor. Even though she took the route to overcoming by cutting herself and self-destruction, she came out a much better person in the end.

    I loved the study on the book of Job. Taylor brought out a lot and pointed out a lot of the reasons why God let Job be tested by Satan. She illustrated how after all Job went through God restored everything he lost. I think she was very thorough in her analysis and I like the way she gave the reader the open invitation at the end to know Christ as well as have a plan of action to get to a higher place in this spiritual walk through life.

    This was a wonderful novel! I really appreciated the honesty, the openness and the details she poured into this novel. I did, however, find a few grammatical errors. They in no way diminished the storyline. I would recommend “To Get a Job Blessing You Must Go Through a Job Testing” to anyone going through and feeling like there is no way out or a woe is me attitude. Great job, Mrs. Taylor; keep on spreading the good news of Christ!

    Reviewed: Lisa M.
    4.5 stars

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  • Posted November 29, 2010

    Highly recommended- LIFE CHANGING!!!!!

    This book will change your life. It has tools that will help you heal from past hurt and pain, all using Biblical principles and a direct word from God. I recommend this book to all who have suffered in the past and either is wondering why or can't move on. God Bless!

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