New book deals with topics about freedom from hindrances, developing personal relationship with God, others
Scharlotte Celestine believes God has done so much transformation within her that it is impossible to keep the testimonies of his goodness to herself. She feels an urgency to share her testimony with others. It led her to write “The Bride Set Free” (published by WestBow Press) which is based on her personal experience with God and what he has brought her through. The book is about preparing everyone for the return of Jesus. It deals with topics about freedom from hindrances and developing a relationship with God and others. It is written to inspire readers to fulfill their God-given calling to share him with others.
The book begins with a vision of a heavenly proposal. In the vision, Jesus was standing before the ones he had come to save. His nail-scarred hands were spread open wide in invitation, and he asked, “Will you be mine? Will you let me into your heart to love and provide for you? Will you surrender to me and be my bride?” According to Celestine, she saw his beloved kneeling at his feet in complete surrender and asking him to be their king; and he said to them, “I must go away to make a place for you in my mansion, but I will return for my bride soon. I am not leaving you alone, but I give to you the Holy Spirit as a wedding planner to prepare my bride. He will wash you pure with my word, clothe you in robes of righteousness, and teach you the ways of my kingdom so you can come boldly before my throne on our wedding day.”
“My book is written from personal experience and revelation from God about freedom,” Celestine says. “It’s a testimony of how he has set me free and how others can experience the same freedom.”
Through the publication of “The Bride Set Free,” Celestine would like readers to be enlightened about the strategies of the enemy that will try to hold them back, how to be free from these hindrances and to have a deeper relationship with God.
“The Bride Set Free”
By Scharlotte Celestine
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 286 pages | ISBN 9781512780369
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 286 pages | ISBN 9781512780352
E-Book | 286 pages | ISBN 9781512780345
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Scharlotte Celestine grew up in Jacksonville. She is married to Jeffery and they have six children and four grandchildren. She is a member of Gateway Church in Southlake and has authored two other books titled “Kingdom Way” and “The Bride and The Sword.” She is a speaker for small town church events and Christian women’s events, sharing testimony of the goodness of God.
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