SUMMARY OF THE BOOK

In this book, the author attempts to help the disabled Christian, their caregiver, and all those who are being taken advantage of as well as those who take advantage of others understand the destructive power this behavior causes, using biblical principles and his own experiences, which has brought him to the realization that people take advantage of others and in many different situations and it goes unnoticed.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jedediah A. Roper (formerly known as Paul E. Roper Jr.) was called to teach in the Body of Christ since 2006 after the Lord helped him begin to recover from a severe battle with mental illness where he was hospitalized over 30 times within a six-year period.

As an Air Force veteran and being medically retired from active duty, as well as experiencing many loses in his life, Jedediah has gained a greater appreciation for the deep meaning of suffering and has been blessed with not only his knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, and the anointing of the Holy Spirit to help those who are suffering as well, and also with a great understanding and compassion to relate to a wide variety of people; but he also has been blessed with a unique opportunity and privilege to use his skills and gifts to bless others and reach out to people who are hurting through writing, teaching, and prayer.

Jedediah lives in Florida. He has one son, whom he loves dearly.

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