Have you ever been emotionally knocked down by wounds inflicted by others and felt too weak to get back up and keep going? Many of us have at one time or another. If you have felt this way, this book is for you. Facing death, the author found God the faithful healer of even the deepest hurts. On that life-threatening occasion, He spared her life and gave her the strength and courage to hold her head up and allow Him to heal her, both physically and emotionally. In this book, she shares her journey from pain to victory and brings hope to those who have suffered anxiety, depression, sickness, mental, emotional or sexual abuse. In it, you'll find words of life, encouragement, and strength to live victoriously, no matter what you have endured. BELINDA WATSON-GUYTON is a songwriter, poet, and motivational speaker at women's conferences and workshops. She is the founder and chief executive officer of Island Women's Network and Young Ladies of Worth (YLOW). She is a graduate of Webster University and has a Masters degree in Human Resources Development. She lives in Fayetteville, North Carolina with her children. Belinda's purpose is to fulfill the plans that God has for her life.