"Let Me Out!"

by Cheryl Yolanda Howard

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"Let Me Out!" by Cheryl Yolanda Howard

Do you feel like a child looking out of the window watching other children play outside and fear is preventing you from joining them? Are you feeling like a misfit? Maybe you're not free and liberated enough to initiate walking into your purpose and receiving what God has for you. Often Afraid? Can't trust? Feeling stuck or bound?

Well, where the spirit of the Lord is there is liberty! He is Lord of a breakthrough! I am here as a midwife to push and propel you to seek God's plan for your life (Spiritually & Naturally). I'm a witness to God's healing, grace, mercy, restoring and favor.

Spiritual warfare involves wearing the whole armor of God to cast out, divorce from evil works, root out, pluck up and rebuild as the case of Jeremiah's mission, where God empowered and anointed the Prophet to destroy the corruptible nations and kingdoms only to rebuild them again. The wrestling can end, the struggle can cease, the battle within can come to a halt!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781480111622
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/11/2012
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Be blessed and encouraged through Cheryl's testimonials about her personal struggles and issues such as overcoming molestation as a child and being almost raped as a teen, battling fear and insecurity, adjusting to life after divorce to single-parenting, homelessness and so on, and from having no HS diploma to earning two MA degrees starting in her thirties, building her confidence and security in Christ, and launching out into the deep to start her own businesses in the midst of homelessness and unemployment, working part-time as a hairstylist and part time at an after school program in her community to also completing this book in the midst of an economic crisis and transitioning careers and housing...Through her unwavering faith in the sovereign God, through practicing the spiritual disciplines of prayer, fasting and worship, and her tenacity to push through hard times while laughing at the enemy, she was able to conquer and live as a victor and not a victim. Cheryl declared to God that she is 'trusting Him' with her life.
She states, through Him Jesus, I have uploaded those dreams and visions that were lying dormant as he downloaded blessings and favor upon me and my daughter's life. Utilizing her license in Cosmetology, Cheryl has recently launched her new line of natural skin and hair products and mobile salon services titled His Garden Naturals. Also utilizing her board certification as a Pastoral Counselor providing online and one on one counseling.
Cheryl currently assist in pastoral ministry at the Jesus is Justice Mission Church J.U.S.T.I.C.E Organization in Far Rockaway, NY under the direction and leadership of founders Bishop Harlan Bryant and Pastor Cynthia Bryant.

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BrJobsonLarkinDDiv More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best books I've ever read on spiritual motivational introspection. In "Let Me Out!", Cheryl Yolanda Howard seeks to literally break the negative spell which has been cast on her targeted readers, depicting religious-living as an alternative natural and sociological phenomenon consideration. I considered myself to be extremely religious for most of my life and I found this book fascinating and inspiring. Ms. Howard, who is both professionally and theologically trained, presents great arguments and discussions, looking at human dysfunction and moral personal lack as products of non-reconcilable spirituality connectives and contemporary human (although feminine focused) issues as the product of secularism and peer-driven societal pressures. This book examines the roots of all Godly behaviorism, how to shape humans towards Christian morality, and what that process brings to our (all humanities') overall quality of life. If you've ever questioned the origins of your moral/spiritual dysfunctions regarding questions of faith, or been interested in why so many people turn to God, in terms of The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in times of trouble, this book makes for most, enlightening reading. I recommend this work in concert with peer counseling of "At-Risk' youth and adult populations, and is now a staple in my personal library.