The devil—the accuser and adversary—is standing before God, ready to lay blame on the parents.
But parents are your friends, and they are waiting to tell you how proud they are of you. Parents don’t just point out everything they see wrong—they encourage the strengths and talents they see within you.
Dr. Elizabeth Lockhart’s father, in particular, imparted wisdom about relationships, God, and family during his short life. While many African-American young women are not blessed to have a father in the home, she had him in her life from the moment she was born until the day he died.
Her dad always told her, “If you take instructions in now, they will do you good later.” All her life, she was a believer.
Her Greatest Betrayal will leave you wondering how a woman with such a promising future could allow the enemy to make her go against what she knew to be the truth. Was what her father taught her wrong—or did her faith fail?
Filled with wonderful anecdotes and thoughts about life, this uplifting Christian book celebrates a father’s wisdom and shares the author’s journey to becoming a godly, loving woman.