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Scribe Stories Lessons Series

Scribe Stories Lessons Series

Copyright (R)

Pst Promise Ikpe
January 2018
tmmintl@gmail.com
www.tmmintl.blogspot.com

No part of this book may be produced or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanic, including
photocopying, recording or by any information storage or
retrieval system, without permission in writing from the
publisher.
ISBN: 978-978-070-45-6-2
Printed in Nigeria by
TMM Digital Press
2018

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- Dedicat ion Dedicated to all those who though broken by their past were
made whole by God's love and to those who would trust God
to make their life whole again.

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- Preface cribe's stories were inspired by true life stories of men
and women who though were broken and destroyed
by sinful upbringing but where made whole when
they encountered the love of God through our Lord
Jesus Christ.

I'm grateful to the following persons who helped me put these
stories together. David Akatu, Kelechi Ibeji , Sarudzai Ndlovu
and Olilianyachi Jackson-brown.
May God bless my Parents Mr and Mrs B. U. Ikpe for their great
contribution in my life during my trying period. My siblings: Mrs
Chinomso Ukachi, Maureen Ikpe and Goodness Ikpe.
I want to thank my uncle Edmund N. Ikpe for gently correcting
and directing the order of this book.
I'm also grateful to Bishop Promise Emeribe and His wife
Rev. Ijeoma Emeribe, for their spiritual role in my life.
I want to thank Pastor Godknows Kaingo and Deaconess Abiliyo
Menescencia for holding the church while I was away.
Finally I want to thank Rev. O. C. Chukwu and Rev. Excellence
Okoji for believing in me, your beliefs in me inspires me a great
deal. Thank you so much.

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his short story book is the book for the present
generation. A generation that appears to be
groping in darkness and gasping for breath at the
same time. The publication which is only a tip of
the ice-berg gives an insight into the confusion
the world has found herself as a result of the
departure from God and his spiritual values into a world of
materialism, godlessness and consequent emptiness of soul.
The book is an expose into the dilemma men, women and young
ones are into. It is a sincere investigation by a young pastor
whose love for the ministry has motivated him into this search
for solution to the many challenges of the age.
The book is recommended to men, women and especially young
ones who are willing to do the will of God and pursue spiritual
freedom.
Many of those who may have been going through spiritual
dilemma may now find an answer to their many nagging
questions-Back to God because only Jesus can understand us,
deliver us and provide healing to our many hurts.
The Reverend Chukwu Okoro Chukwunonye
Methodist Church Nigeria
Umuahia Diocess

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astor Promise's writing is fatally fluent. He is brilliant
in his words. The stories in this book are replete with
valuable lessons in life and how he intricately woven
God into each story making life's puzzle complete.

Aneli V. Sarmiento
Philippines

Pastor Promise, the stories that you had written are very
beautiful and inspiring, they have touched my heart on many
occasions. I am looking forward to reading more in the future.
Thank You.
Lorrie Swearingen
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA
SCRIBE's STORIES are either talking about you or someone you
know... Online Reader
SCRIBE's STORIES teach us a lot about life; that prayers and
faith is Paramount in the pursuit for salvation....
Mrs. Lettah Moloro
Pretoria, SA

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Pastor's Daughter, “A Slut” -

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Beautiful And Unwanted

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The Unfortunate Child

My Sweet Enemy

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Fed And Neglected

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hen she was born, the world became dark
and void, then she cried out as new born
babies do seeking for the cuddle and
touch of her mother. She never knew that
from that fateful day for the rest of her
life, she was going to cry in vain for the
gentle patting and hugs of her mother. While she rants and pants
in vain for her mother's care and love, something else was
bothering her mother, something more important than giving
the new baby her attention.
Who the hell is the father of this girl; her mother asked within
her whirlwind mind. She couldn't pinpoint from amongst the
tens of men that came to mind who could have possibly fathered
this child. In thought she rehearsed the events of the possible
days of conception; she remembered the random men who
penetrated her at the party when she had collapsed on the sofa
dead-drunk; how another man who saved her that night from
being raped to death also took his turn in the morning of the
next day when she became sober. How her street boyfriend who
usually forces himself on her whenever he wants would also not
spare her the next day and as she was trying to know for sure
who the father of the child is, the cashier called her out to and
said, ‘this is your bill!, you can leave whenever you pay, because
you are fit enough to leave’.
The face of the cashier looks mean and unapproachable, this is
not a yes-face she thought to herself, she won't understand or
accept any plea from me that I don't have money and that I have
no one to bail me out of this hospital debt.
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