Rewriting History & Resetting Destinies

by Cebile LaMabuza

Format(s): Soft Cover Print

Language: English

About The Book

The original title of this book was “Diary of a Mad Swazi Queen; made in Zion, the City of the Living God” because I understood that I was writing about my life from God’s perspective as He used symbols I am familiar with to lead and direct my thoughts. The prompt for this particular book is the popular book and movie by Tyler Perry titled “Diary of a Mad Black Woman”. It is a frank and candid discourse revealing the heart and mind of Christ on the issues of life that have made who and what I have become: a woman who has overcome and conquered every obstacle. From the pain of betrayal… a ministry of hope, healing and restoration has been birthed especially for women trapped in miserable marriages with seemingly nowhere to turn. The vision for this book was very much informed from my experiences in a marriage “sleeping with the enemy”. It is compelling, humorous and yet it addresses some very serious societal problems and God’s heart and mind towards resolving them and restoring people from their wounded-ness.

About The Author

Author: Cebile LaMabuza