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This book is about how my life was filled with disappointment, resentment, hurt, and feeling unloved. I was distracted by adversities, plots, plans, and schemes of the enemy. However, God had a plan for me to be victorious in the end. I was the Lord's, and He was not going to allow me to lose. The enemy used all that he could against me, beginning with my family. He lied to me, tried to steal my dreams, and destroy my future as a teen growing into womanhood. I couldn't see, hear, or feel God's love in my life for a long time. My life was like a roller coaster ride. With every twist was a wrong decision. With every turn was hurt and disappointment in myself and others. I was filled with condemnation. I was blind-sided by Satan and wasn't aware of his plan. However, what the enemy would use for bad, God used for his good. God restored all I had lost and delivered me from the lies of the deceiver. He began to lead, and I followed. The will of God began to show itself in my life, "Moving me from Satan's Plan into God's Purpose." Tanora Williams-Parham resides in Baltimore, Maryland, with her husband Troy. She has two sons, Marquay and David, and three beautiful grandchildren. Being a minister, author, speaker, and personal trainer has allowed her to use her gifts, talents, and life experiences to glorify God in her ministries. Tanora holds two bachelor's degrees; one in Finance from the University of Baltimore and one in Religion from Faith Theological Seminary, which serves as the foundation for the Bible study group she started called "Internal Hope." After obtaining her Personal Training certification, she started her fitness business "Faith-N-Fitness." Using her love for physical fitness and its impact on God's temple led her to focus on the physical & spiritual health of the Christian believer. This combination of understanding aids in her helping to build up Kingdom-minded people, "Spirit, Mind, and Body." Tanora's philosophy is, "Believing who we are in Christ allows us liberty from the things that hold us captive in this world.