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Getting to The Root of Our Problem: Sickness - Session 17 - Parts F-4 & F-5 - 9-1-2017

Posted by Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks, PsyD on September 4, 2017 at 12:54am 0 Comments

IV. Words of Encouragement – Session 17 - Part F-4

For those who are waiting for their healing to be manifested in their body but cannot…

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Getting to The Root of Our Problem: Sickness - Session 17 - Parts F-2 & F-3 - 8-28-2017

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Getting to The Root of Our Problem: Sickness - Session 17 - Parts F & F-1 - 8-25-2017

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IV. Words of Encouragement – Session 17 - Part F

Before I close this teaching, I want to share some words of encouragement with you all. No…

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Getting to The Root of Our Problem: Sickness - Session 16 - Part E-5 - 8-21-2017

Posted by Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks, PsyD on August 21, 2017 at 3:15pm 0 Comments

****I am asking that you all take time to really pray the “Discovery Prayer.” The prayer will expose possible roots of present ungodly, negative emotions (fear, anxiety, self-hatred, and anger) embedded in your emotions…

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Dr. Hooks' New Books!

In this book, which is the fourth book in the "Abuse Recovery Series," Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks explains the importance of seeking God BEFORE you decide to go into another relationship, leading to marriage. Dr. Hooks understands that we all want someone to love and for that person to love us in return. However, we cannot give in to the desires of our flesh; we must be led by the Holy Spirit because the flesh will profit us nothing. If you allow the flesh to lead you, you will find yourself back into abusive, nonproductive, relationships. God has delivered you, healed you, and restored you from the previous abusive relationship or marriage; NOW What? Are you going to throw that away by giving in to the desires of your flesh? God forbid! This book will help you to not be deceived again by your flesh or by the enemy! Click here to purchase!

In "Healing the Wounds of the Past: Stepping out of Rejection into Wholeness," Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks is going to share with you her journey, of how God delivered her from the spirit of rejection and show you how to be delivered; this is the third book in Dr. Hooks' "Abuse Recovery Series." The other completed books in the Series are: "Unholy Matrimony: Healing for the Abused Woman" which is the first book and "You Shall Recover ‘It’ All: After the Abuse" which is the second book. The fourth book in the "Abuse Recovery Series" is, "After the Abuse, After the Recovery, Now What?...Moving on With Your Life." This is an interactive book, which means as you read it, there will be a "Side Note," Prayer section called "Prayer Break," and a Declaration section called "Declaration Break," so you can pause to reflect, to pray, and to declare. As you are reading this book, ask the Holy Spirit to minister to you by opening your understanding, so you can know what God is speaking to YOU. Click here to purchase book!

 
 
 

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