Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Woman at the Well - an adult bookwrap














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Authored by Georgette Prime-Godwin



About the book...



Stories can impart wisdom, important life lessons, and truly change your life.  This story "The Woman at the Well" is a parable. 


What is a parable?  


 
A parable is, literally, something “cast alongside” something else. Jesus’ parables were stories that were “cast alongside” a truth in order to illustrate that truth. His parables were teaching aids and can be thought of as extended analogies or inspired comparisons. A common description of a parable is that it is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning.



"The Woman at the Well"  is a fictional story about the importance of being yourself and not succumbing to a false sense of identity.  When the latter occurs irreparable consequences can occur in your life.  

This story is inspirational and encouraging as it unveils how personal acceptance and forgiveness can be obtained. 

The author states:

"I wrote this book as a fictional story ringing with biblical truths. It captures a new wave of imagery and draws the reader into each character's life."  

This heartwarming allegory will touch all who live their life's lie as truth.  It will stir inside your heart a deep need to be self-forgiving and in so doing give yourself permission to be all that God created you to be.  

"The Woman at the Well" teaches us that God loves us in spite of our bankrupt lives.  God values us enough to activity seek us, to welcome us in to intimacy, and to rejoice in our worship.  Although an outcast by those around her, the Samaritan woman, after an encounter with Jesus felt affirmed and valued despite her questionable lifestyle. She discovers God's love and acceptance and His grace.  






About the author...








Georgette Prime-Godwin received an associate degree in business administration from Dean Jr. College, a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership and management from Regent University and a master’s degree in pastoral leadership from Payne Theological Seminary. Prime-Godwin has also authored “The Nehemiah Prototype: A Complementary Guide to Organizational Leadership for the 21st Century Church.” Prime-Godwin is married with one daughter and currently resides in Bermuda. 




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