Broken-But Not Destroyed
By: Soraya
Broken-But Not Destroyed  -     By: Soraya
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By: Soraya
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 236
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 7.51 X 9.25 X 0.49 (inches)
ISBN: 1615790683
ISBN-13: 9781615790685

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Having endured several tragedies in life, Soraya takes you on a journey of healing and restoration in Broken-But not destroyed, In Search of God. This book provides powerful insight as to why we experience pain, hardships, and trials in our lives. Each chapter tells a crushing human story of someone like her felt by the indifferent blows of tragedy: stripped from your life's investments; financial ruin; an automobile accident leaving her partial paralyzed for seven weeks; divorce, and homelessness and the list goes through many situations. Each predicament centers on the story of someone who came into her life. With an early interest in God and a deeply felt connection to spirituality, Soraya spent the majority of her life thriving professionally, yet searching for spiritual meaning before beginning her journey into the depths of finding God Her inner life was burned through by the fire of charity, and whose fidelity was tested and purified by an intense trial of faith, a true dark night of the soul. Yet only in the modern period has the dark night of the soul taken the form of radical doubt, doubting not only one's own state of grace, but God's promises and even God's existence. Prophet Bernard Jordan her spiritual Mentor, teaching her the higher order of thinking, bringing her through the deepest valleys of life to a new birth. As she arose, like the phoenix from the ashes of the past of brokenness, into a new dimension of being. A modern day Job and spiritual Messenger, through her writings she has touched thousands of lives and inspiring important changes in their day-to-day lives. God took the mess and turned it into a message, brokenness into breakthroughs. A lifetime story from riches to rags and back up the ladder again.

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    Page 56 appears to contain a possibly plagiarized passage, taken verbatim from Pulpit Helps, August, 1992, p. 8, which can be found here: https://bible.org/illustration/every-man-his-work and which reads, in part:

    "Do not flinch because the lion roars. Do not stop to stone the devils dogs. Do not fool around your time chasing the devils rabbits. Do your work; let liars lie; let sectarians quarrel; let editors publish; let the devil do his worst. But see to it that nothing hinders you from fulfilling the work God has given you."

    The Editor of Disciple Magazine, previously Pulpit Helps, said this to me in response to my query: "It does indeed appear in the August 1992 edition of Pulpit Helps as part of short piece titled Being about the Fathers Business, credited at that time as from an anonymous source, and "it cannot possibly have been originated by someone after 1992."

    It appears that the same passage accompanies a copyright claim at:

    http://www.mgr.org/KEEPWRK.html

    "Copyright 1998 - 2014 by The M+G+R Foundation. All rights reserved."

    But on her 2009 copyright page in this book, is this claim: "The author guarantees that all contents are original and do not infringe upon the legal rights of any other person or work..." Besides the fact that the passage is jarringly different from the tone, voice, and grammatical style of the rest of her book, which should alert the reader that these are not her words, the imagery is unforgettable -- and I knew I had heard it before. There is no attribution for the passage. The author claims it is original, but clearly it is not.

    It may be that the author obtained permission, or found this snippet in the public domain, but unless the author wrote this material in or prior to August of 1992, her claim that it is her original work is false. Since this is undoubtedly a heartfelt believing Christian author, I find this very troubling.
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