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Silence Equals Death  by Rettie A. Winfield
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Jun 14, 09

bookshelves: christian-living, non-fiction
Recommended to Vanda by: a friend
Read in January, 2002, read count: 2

a personal testimony of Rettie Winfield. Who experienced sexual abuse (by a neighbor her parents trusted) when she was abt 8 until her teenage years and buried the hatred in her heart, promised she would get back at him one day. She became queen of lesbian and made her show in several cities but mostly in New Jersey or New York (i dont remember the details, i read this book awhile back). Later, she accepted Jesus as Savior (through a very long process; she first encountered the Holy Spirit at the age of 16, but backsliding due to nonsupport parents and her hatred toward male in general) she encountered God again when she was going for her show in NY, she looked at the mirror and was like seeing someone else, next she accidentally attended a Christian service, got healed (through a long process too) and able to forgive. To her, keeping silence about sinful/shameful deeds equals death. One should have cried for help. She turned away from God several times due to her inability to forgive her abuser and her parents. Later with the help of God she is completely healed, enjoy being a woman, and able to forgive!

i have learned alot from this book.

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