I am grateful. I am grateful to God for the blessings that He has bestowed upon my life.
Lately, I have been in a thankful and grateful mood to the Lord God. This is mainly because my first book, “A Victory Song: Beneath the Veil,” is going to be published very soon (sometime between November and December 2021).
~”Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving.”~ Colossians 4:2, ESV~
As soon as the publisher, who I am publishing my book with, knows of the exact date of when my book will be published, then she will inform me immediately. The fact that my first ever book is going to be published soon gives me hope that only the Holy Spirit of God can provide that it will touch the multitudes, in the Name and by the Power of Jesus Christ.
My book is a memoir that describes my walk with the Lord as well as my struggle with bipolar disorder as I have walked with Jehovah over the years (specifically from my early childhood years up until the end of 2018 is when this book is written). I hit many topics in my book, such as setting boundaries, seasonal friendships and going on missions trips abroad all the while amidst my struggle with bipolar disorder.
This book, which will be birthed by the end of 2021, took countless hours of writing and praying and praying in the Holy Spirit (tongues and in my native tongue) as the Holy Spirit of God led me to write and to take out and add parts to my testimony, which is my story that gives all of the glory to Jesus Christ.
One of the main points of discussion that I talk about extensively in my book is my relationship with my mother, who is also diagnosed with a mental illness (I do not talk about what her mental illness is in the book as I want the focus to be on my mental illness and not so much about my mother as it is about me). I talk about how I overcame the struggles surrounding my relationship with my mother through the power of forgiveness and the forgiveness of Jesus Christ through the challenges that I struggle, as a daughter of the King with bipolar disorder.
My book is intended to bring and to spread awareness related to bipolar disorder as well as to provide safe words for those struggling with bipolar disorder of encouragement that God loves them. My book is intended to bring blessings to those with bipolar disorder so that they can feel a sense of comfort in the midst of their struggle with bipolar disorder. My book is intended to surround those with bipolar disorder with the love of God that is Jesus Christ so that they can feel a sense of peace that bipolar disorder is the cross that God’s children are meant to carry for those who struggle with it for the purpose and plans that God wants them to fulfill in this lifetime.
~”Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him; bless his name!”~ Psalm 100:4 ESV~
I pray that the Lord God is able to use my book, “A Victory Song: Beneath the Veil,” for His glory as the Gospel of Jesus Christ is advanced in Atlanta, Georgia and beyond. God bless you!