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Rejecting Offense, Strife, and Unforgiveness

Rejecting Offense, Strife, and Unforgiveness

Rediscovering the Use of the Tongue

by Samuel Kioko Kiema

About The Book

Rejecting Offense, Strife, and Unforgiveness: Rediscovering the Use of the Tongue speaks the plain truth about the great power that the tongue—the words spoken in relationships—has. It can bring pain by opening wounds. On the other hand, when Christians rediscover the guidance of the Holy Spirit and then redirect the intentions of their words, they can use the tongue for uplifting one another, seeking peace, and offering forgiveness.

The book draws upon a wealth of passages from the Scriptures and offers seasoned and wise teachings rooted in those passages. It also presents an approachable and understandable examination of the insidious power of the tongue to bring about pain. It pairs that with words of encouragement and explaining how the Spirit can guide the use of the tongue for good.

Publication date August 25,2023
Language English
ISBN 979-8-88963-777-6 (Paperback)
979-8-88963-778-3 (E-BOOK)
Genre Nonfiction, Religion/Spirituality/New Age
Pages 190
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 5.000" x 8.000" (203mm x 127mm)

About The Author

Samuel Kioko Kiema trained as an accountant, financial analyst, entrepreneur, author, and preacher. He is a native of Kenya and a citizen of The United States of America. He experienced salvation through Jesus Christ at seventeen. Responding to the Holy Spirit’s calling, he serves as a missionary, teacher, entrepreneur, and scholar. His ministries connect people to the power of God by preaching and teaching holistic gospel to the systems of the world for mankind’s whole deliverance. He and his wife, Jedidah, are co-founders of God’s big business; KioWanexus, Inc. As an author, he has written and published three books—Rejecting Offense, Strife, and Unforgiveness, God’s Order and Purpose for Marriage, and Power Beyond Coronavirus. He continues to write and plans to publish more of his books.

He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting, from California State University. He worked in corporate America as an accountant for about fifteen years before becoming an entrepreneur. He is also an ordained minister and a member of Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches and Ministers International (FGFCMI).


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