Declaration Point (Autosaved)

Declaration Point (Autosaved) - Dear Kachelle Thank you for...

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Dear Kachelle, Thank you for taking time to read this brief synopsis of my project. I basically want your input on the overall interest in the topic which I’m am presenting. My concern at this point is marketability. I also welcome your input on how I could expand or better relate to my audience. This project is really one that I have been holding in the vessels of my heart for quite some time. Overall I want to present an informative piece which will empower others to declare Gods word over their lives. The book is not a testimonial yet, I want to be transparent. Those are basically my goals and again thank you for your advice and guidance. You’re the best, Z
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PREFACE Born again believers can go their entire lives never becoming who God created them to be and never walking in the abundant life which he originally designed. It’s in a cycle of quiet desperation that a great majority of believers endure their daily lives. This involves the pursuit of many insatiable desires which are never fulfilled within. To satisfy this void many unconsciously conform to the world’s standards however, in doing so, true fulfillment is not obtained. In the hope of acquiring some power by which to make their reality prettier in the
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2010 for the course BIOL 2308 taught by Professor Boxer during the Spring '10 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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