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This is a message God gave me at the beginning of October 2012 and I am finishing it now; I am writing it as God gave it to me on the 1st of October. However, these things have been dealt with and God has given me a great deliverance (the teaching from this deliverance will come later – I am working on that now). This message is very long so I am dividing it into 14 parts (that is the number of pages it is) so you will have time to digest it. I pray the Holy Spirit will give you full understanding as you read this message (Click Here For Complete Series).

God bless!

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We must deal with what happens to us; we can’t brush it under the rug and say it does not matter because it does. If we do not deal with things that happen to us (those things which traumatize us – trauma means different things to different people; what traumatize one person might not traumatize another – I will define the word trauma in a minute), it will affect us in one way or another (whether we realize it or not, for the rest of our lives until we deal with it). I am not telling you something I think or heard but what I know from my personal expenses with trauma.

Before I continue, let me give you the definition of trauma: according to Google the word trauma means:


1.A deeply distressing or disturbing experience
2.Emotional shock following a stressful event or a physical injury, which may be associated with physical shock

The medical dictionary web site defines the word trauma as:
1.A severely disturbing experience that leads to lasting psychology or emotional impairment
2.A disastrous or life threatening event that can cause severe emotional distress. Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is associated with trauma in a person’s early life or adult experience
3.A psychologically upsetting experience that produces an emotional or mental disorder or otherwise has lasting negative effects on a person’s thoughts, feelings, or behavior.

I am going to now explain Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) which is mentioned in definition “2” for trauma according to the medical dictionary’s web site; this information is also taken from their web site.

God's Servant,

Dr. Dorothy E. Hooks

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