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“We are all unique. Consider also that no two people have the same dental imprint. Some are tall, some are small, some are thick, and some are thin. So, what’s normal? And what’s abnormal? How is normal or abnormal determined? Who can determine whether a person is normal or not? What criteria is to be used?
“I’m not suggesting that some behaviors aren’t outside of acceptable lines. Some certainly are! I’m merely presenting the idea that everyone different from me or you should not automatically be labeled as ‘dysfunctional.’ Perhaps they are ‘diff-functional’ (my word, which means that they function differently than others.)
“Hope for those considered to be dysfunctional ... that’s what this book is all about, hope for those who have been labeled by society and considered to be not useful, having no worth, being not much more than throwaways, unusable. The characters I write about here seemed to be dysfunctional, but they were people just like you and me who found a hope that had been looking for them all along. And hope is looking for you too. I pray this book helps bring the two of you together.”
Benton T. Thompson, III
Divinely DysfunctionalThrough Divinely Dysfunctional, the author provides wisdom, and insight with a modern twist to remind us that we are all different, yet we have a purpose. His eloquent words of encouragement awaken the spirit, and entice you to look within.
The book is an easy read with a powerful message. Well Done Sir!
Divinely DysfunctionalPlease prayerfully consider writing a Divinely Dysfunctional Study Guide! Reading Divinely Dysfunctional literally keeps me at the edge of my seat 💺! Turning pages wanting more and more! Reading God's Word in this format deepens my personal appreciation and stirs afresh my love for the Word of God! Thank you so much for sharing God's Word!
Divinely DysfunctionalI just read a powerful book that kept me intrigued with the message and the vehicle used to deliver this captivating work. Dysfunctional may be different but not unworthy. Treat yourself to this message of
hope in Divinely Dysfunctional.
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