Open Shame, Open Glory

AuthorHouse, 2008 M02 19 - 148 páginas

Open Shame, Open Glory speaks about Sonia Norris’ life as a child of God who fell as a result of her own actions.  Through the direction of the Holy Spirit, she has given insight into her past experiences and has proven that God who created heaven and earth is real and is a God full of abundant mercies and overflowing grace. 

This book is for the non-believer as well as the believer.  For the non-believer, it gives hope in this world of sin.  For the believer who wants to go higher, it shows how through pressing in you can go behind the veil and dwell in the presence of God.  However, desperation and obedience are the keys.    


For the non-believer or for those of you who may have fallen from grace, like Sonia did, this book shows clearly that nothing done in life is so awful that God will not accept you, mold and change you into what He has purposed for you to be. 


Bishop Dr. Alvah Hunte says:

Open Shame, Open Glory portrays vital truths:

·        Running from God will lead to a desert experience

·        No matter how low we have fallen, God’s purpose for our lives remains the same

·        I believe that God has ordained the writing of this book for, in this post morality era, there are many precious gems God wants to bring forth.


Bishop Andre Thomas says:

It is not many times that we get to learn secrets of life from another person’s transparency.  In this book Sonia reveals how she found the key to her breakthrough.  May it inspire all who desire to forge ahead in God but need to take care of unfinished business.  If you are hungry enough and desperate enough for God, you will do all that He requires of you.  Thank you Sonia for letting God use you.


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Página 1 - Only acknowledge thine iniquity, that thou hast transgressed against the Lord thy God, and hast scattered thy ways to the strangers under every green tree, and ye have not obeyed my voice, saith the Lord.
Página 2 - Though your sins are like scarlet. They shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson. They shall be as wool. If you are willing and obedient, you shall eat the good of the land; But if you refuse and rebel. You shall be devoured by the sword".

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