“When you produce much fruit, you are my true disciples. This brings great glory to my Father” (John 15:8). This is the injunction our Lord Jesus Christ gave you but sometimes, there are desert periods that stop you from carrying this out. Fruiting in the desert of widowhood, presents you with strategies for coping with the disability of widowhood, such that you can still bear fruits in spite of the myriad of challenges you face as a widow. The
overriding secret is to seek the “oasis of every desert” Jehovah El Shaddai. However, if you are not a widow, this book can also help you to react better to the widow, so that you will gain the promised blessings that should accrue to you as you fit into God‘s plan in helping the helpless.

Foreword viii
Prologue 1
A Poem 13
1. A Female Perspective of a Desert Period 21
2. Widowhood 27
3. Widowhood and Disability 40
4. A Double Cry: A Double Grief 51
5. A Triple Cry: A Compounded Grief 56
6. Surviving in the Desert 63
7. Fruiting in the Desert 72
8. Fruiting and the True Vine 77
Epilogue 83
Addendum – A Testimony 86
Fruitful House of Refuge 89
References 92
Prayer 94
Contact 95

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