Exhort One Another is a book that has 66 short devotions meant to encourage those that are going through trying times in their lives and feel so discouraged and burned out. I have been through that road due to a rare and severe cancer called multiple myeloma that left me paralyzed due to a nerve pinch caused by a bone that was damaged by the cancer and went out of its position to press on the nerve. Multiple myeloma affects bones, bone marrow and both white and red blood cells. I was told that I had only two weeks left to live and that I had become permanently paralyzed. When I heard these words, I was so devastated and realized that I could not shoulder all that on my own. I turned to God for strength and comfort. I diligently sought Him in prayer confident that He was not going to leave or abandon me. I noticed that there were so many others who go through such burdens or even worse. I then decided to compile devotions to equip and strengthen everyone that is faced with divers calamities. These devotions became a source of strength in my difficulties. I faced my trying time with a lot of hope and determination. It did not come as a surprise when I beat cancer and paralysis because I put God at the forefront of my challenges. Through these devotions, I recommend Jesus Christ the redeemer to everyone that is suffering under the burdens of this world. He holds the key to our victory and happiness.They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.
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About the Author
Sidney Mpofu is a husband to Precious Mpofu and together they are parents to three children; two boys named Vuyisile and Ndumiso and a girl named Sinothando. He is a qualified mechanic who was apprenticeship trained and engaged with Delta Distribution (which later became Delta Beverages) in the Transport Services Division for ten years. He later left Delta to start his own small car repair business. It is this small business that saw him do his studies after five years of leaving Delta as he was able to take care of all the other requirements without disturbance. In 2014 Sidney finished his studies at the University of Science and Technology with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. He graduated in November of that year and started making plans to improve his life and that of his family.