Don't Weep For Me...God Had My Back

Don't Weep For Me...God Had My Back

Created on: Jun-05-2016   Last updated: Jun-05-2016


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Thank you and blessings to all who are reading this book.

First of all let me say God loves you very much. God wants you to throw away all the baggage in your life to be healed. He is waiting for you to release it to Him in order to go forward in peace and in His presence.

“My Story” is not about me. It is about God’s protection and mercy and grace on my life.

It has been ordained for you to read “My Story” for your own personal healing from your life. I welcome you in taking this journey with me.

Before you begin this journey with me I wish to tell you I was born again when I was in my thirties. I wept for 3 days.

I thought I was saved and born again but I had only been going through the motions prior to that.

I pray you have experienced this wonderful feeling of knowing without a shadow of doubt you will be seeing Him in person one day.

Now go on with “My Story” and we will chat at the end.

Remember, God has your back.

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Brenda Wissinger

Women Helping Women Ministries

I am a wife to Bill Wissinger since November 1982. I am a mother to Tanya, Shae and Alisha Woods. My 3 girls were born with cerebral palsy and profound mental retardation. Tanya was stubborn, Shae was moody and Alisha is the 36 year old baby.

Tanya went home to be with the Lord 8/12/1994 at age 19. Shae joined her 1/19/2010 at age 32. Alisha continues to live at the Brenham State Supportive Living Center in Brenham, Texas. She has her health issues but doing well.

When I was in my thirties I was saved and filled with the Holy Spirit. Life went on for about 10 years. I felt a calling on my life but I wasn’t sure what it was. In 2010 I began attending ministry classes with God’s Handmaidens in Irving, Texas. In 2011 I received my ministerial license.

I began realizing the ministry God had for me. God placed into my heart a burden for women of all ages that have experienced rejection, ridicule, bullying, abuse (physical,..