Rejected, Betrayed, Healed!

by Dionna Dibble



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/9/2014

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781490840543
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781490840550
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 110
ISBN : 9781490840567

About the Book

I call her Adah. She’s the nameless woman from Scripture who met Jesus at the well, and hers is a story that details the pain of rejection and the deep scars of betrayal, as well as the miraculous healing and deliverance from the hopelessness of a life tortured with bitterness. Adah found freedom, and you can too!

If you’ve ever been betrayed, hurt, or rejected when you didn’t deserve it, this book is a must read!
You will be enthralled as you follow beautiful Adah from innocence through tragic betrayals, rejection, and heartache. You will weep with her as her dreams are dashed again and again against rocks of disappointment until her faith in God and in people is almost gone. You will sympathize with her anger and bitterness, and you will be compelled to read on until she finally meets the one man who can really help change her life.
Dionna Dibble writes a fascinating story that addresses life in both practical and spiritual areas. She presents solutions that can change anyone’s life. Finally, she offers a biblical plan that is workable for all who have suffered and lost hope and need to experience forgiveness and freedom.

Evangeline Rodenbush
Missionary, Teacher

“In the story of Adah, Dionna has given a biblical example of the devastation in one’s life when rejected and unloved. However, when Adah met Jesus, He was the only One who could give her HOPE because of His unconditional love and forgiveness. He will do the same today for those who will place their trust in Him.”

Helen Scism

About the Author

Dionna spent her childhood on several different continents, serving with her missionary parents, and acquiring a broad view of differing cultures from which she draws her insight. Dionna has been happily married to the love of her life, Thomas Dibble, since 1990, and it is her joy to serve beside him as he pastors God’s people in Waterbury, Connecticut. It has been her delight to observe and participate with God as He takes the wounded and makes them whole and productive in His kingdom. Dionna’s greatest joy is to nurture, educate and equip their four children to grow into the individuals God has created them to be.