Pastor Prince, I have just finished reading your book, The Power Of Right Believing, and cannot begin to count all the blessings I have received through it. It’s simply divine!
As I read your book, God would minister to me and I would burst into tears, feeling the release of the oppression I had carried in my heart.
I literally felt as if God was extending His hand from heaven and operating inside my heart, cleansing it from the old, dark, and painful past memories based on lies from the devil.
I was supposed to be a stillborn baby, but was miraculously saved by God. I lived as a very shy and introverted little girl, finding solace in my imagination and in nature. I preferred to run to my imagination because I didn’t like the family environment I grew up in.
From a very young age, I grew up feeling unwanted and believing I was nothing but a burden to my family. I recognized myself in the testimony about Lydia from South Africa (Chapter 19)—I knew exactly what she had gone through and cried all through while reading her story in the book. Unlike her, however, I have no inspiration for studies as I am more musically inclined—God has given me the gift of singing, playing the guitar and composing my own songs. He also gifted me with painting and acting.
I have not been able to succeed as an accomplished artist yet, and now I know, it’s all because of the lies I believed while growing up. Thanks to The Power Of Right Believing, my mind is being renewed to the truth of God’s Word.
Just this morning, I was inspired to write a new song after reading your daily devotional and meditation. You shared about how your daughter calls out “daddy” when she needs you and that’s how to speak to our Father. This is why my new song is entitled, I Call Upon My Daddy.
I pray that God will open the door for me to have this song recorded so that people can be impacted and transformed by His love.
God bless you and your family, dearest Pastor Prince, and thank you from the bottom of my soul.
Josiane Doummar | Canada