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THEY THAT SOW IN TEARS SHALL REAP IN JOY
     

THEY THAT SOW IN TEARS SHALL REAP IN JOY

by Maryam Kirschbaum
 
For days I began to seek answers form the Lord regarding the sad condition of men. Some of my questions concerned situations when a children of God are no longer the leaders but the servants. I asked why those who serve the Lord are maligned persecuted continuously. What we are seeing these days are the children of God walking and the children of evil riding horses.

Overview

For days I began to seek answers form the Lord regarding the sad condition of men. Some of my questions concerned situations when a children of God are no longer the leaders but the servants. I asked why those who serve the Lord are maligned persecuted continuously. What we are seeing these days are the children of God walking and the children of evil riding horses. Why are those who call, "Lord, Lord" suffering while those who do not call upon the Lord seem to be doing well in their endeavors and succeeding? I could not eat because this questions are real and the people are also real there are many stories of those who serve God suddenly changing tune and going the opposite way because they cannot break even. They work like elephants but earn the pay checks of the size of ants. For how long will the people of God go on this way?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148762171
Publisher:
Maryam Kirschbaum
Publication date:
09/21/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
43 KB

Meet the Author

Maryam Margaret Kirschbaum (MMK) RN-BC, CMSRN, (Med-Surg) BSN, LLB, BA is well-travelled, speaks/writes/understands several languages, graduated BSN-Cum Laude (NAU), President’s, DEAN’s list. Maryam Margaret Kirschbaum (MMK) is a prolific writer with over 70 eBooks, teacher, and evangelist, with prophetic understanding of enigmatic and mystifying spiritual matters. Anointed by God, she founded Prayer-We-Live and Elishan Intercessors bounded by faith in the supernatural powers of God, encouraged to live a fasting life of prayer/vigil freely

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