Item description for Woman, Thou Art Loosed!: Healing the Wounds of the Past by T D Jakes...
Overview This book offers healing to hurting single mothers, insecure women, and battered wives--and hope to abused girls and women in crisis.
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Studio: Destiny Image Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.08" Width: 4.17" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Dec 30, 2006
Publisher DESTINY IMAGE #45
ISBN 0768424038 ISBN13 9780768424034
Availability 101 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 06:19.
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More About T D Jakes
Bishop T. D. Jakes is the author of the bestsellers God's Leading Lady; The Lady, Her Lover, and Her Lord; Maximize the Moment; The Great Investment; His Lady; and Woman, Thou Art Loosed!, which is also the basis for a bestselling video and CD. His daily morning show, The Potter's Touch, and weekly broadcast, The Potter's House, air on Trinity Broadcasting Network and Black Entertainment Television, as well as in Europe and South America.
Bishop Jakes is the founder and pastor of The Potter's House, one of the fastest-growing churches in the nation, where he pastors an interracial congregation of more than twenty-eight thousand members. Also a highly successful entrepreneur, he has pioneered three multi-million-dollar corporations and travels the world as an invited guest of foreign diplomats and presidents to discuss personal and economic empowerment. He lives in Dallas, Texas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Woman Thou Art Loosed! (Value Ed)?
A gripping, realistic story May 7, 2010
I love the grittiness of this book. I saw the movie first, a year or two ago, so I was glad to snag the book for later reading. The level of desperation and defeat in the heart of this young female, Michelle, is sadly captivating through the whole story, and is very realistic, as well. The author takes a subject matter that is brutally common in our culture and shines a spotlight on it, making it oh-so appropriately painful to read. There are many more people out there than we realize who believe that God has given up on them, that their lives are just meant to be this ugly. Jakes, as the minister who visits Michelle in prison and as the book's author, chooses to disagree.
BOOK PURCHASE Nov 5, 2009
THE BOOK MADE IT TO ME BEFORE THE EXPECTED DELIVERY DATE & WAS IN BETTER CONDITION THAN I EXPECTED. I AM VERY PLEASED WITH THE OUTCOME!
T.D. Jakes book collector Mar 31, 2009
What a book. I saw the movie with the same name, and what an experience. Thanks for the seller and fine delivery. A++++
Simply Amazing... There is power in this book Dec 14, 2008
I just want to say that this book has paved the way to my journey of healing. As I read this book it was like TD was up on the pulpit preaching it. The words are annointed and the message is tailored to any woman that has lost some of her femininity and identity. Buy it... even if you don't think you need it- every woman should have a copy!
The Hard Truth Aug 14, 2008
Woman thou art loosed assaults your emotions. You are gripped with the reality of both the difficulty and necessity to forgive no matter what has been done to you in life. The story is constructed by a series of flashbacks in the life of the main character Michelle Jordan. The story shifts rapidly back and forth between the past and the present. I was amazed at how i was able to keep up with the story even with the jostling back and forth. It is a well constructed story and i even caught myself hanging on the character Bishop Jakes' words. The characters are so real that i found myself being tempted to hate some of them. I couldn't understand why Michelle Jordan's mother was so blind. But i was sharply reminded at the end that we are all sinners in need of a saviour. We must forgive as we have been forgiven. This was not just a story but a hard and important lesson. Thanks to Bishop TD Jakes for this masterpiece of essential and extremely unique story telling.