Dethroning Poverty from the Golden Throne
Dethroning Poverty from the Golden Throne is a book written by Doreen based on her personal experience and that of people she met from South Africa and African countries such Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Angola, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Zambia, Malawi, Nigeria, Uganda and Cameroon. Poverty is a complex matter to discuss. Doreen suffered poverty as a child and as an adult. She lived in a village where people suffered poverty and in the city where she experienced poverty as well. The aim of this book is to share insight of what poverty does both spiritually and physically. It is based on the vision that God gave Doreen about poverty. She saw a golden royal chair, upon it sat a skeleton dressed in a black gown. A man sat on the floor and put his heard on the lap of the skeleton. The skeleton was putting the man to sleep. The man looked tired and helpless.
- Paperback | 112 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.86mm | 222.26g
- 06 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations
About Doreen C Mampani
Doreen C. Mampani is a Christian author who writes Christian non-fiction and poetry books. She is married to Katalay Mampani and God blessed them with one daughter, L'amour Mampani. Doreen depends on God of heaven for her writing. She wrote about twelve of her books without owning a computer or laptop. She did domestic work, gardening and cleaned an internet cafe in order for her to write her books on a computer. Some of the notebooks she wrote on she found in a garbage bin. She typed Great Departure of Mortal using an old cell phone. She wrote most of her books while unemployed and having no source of income. She knows how to dine with the rich and beg with the poor. She begged accommodation, food and clothing from Refugees. While living amongst Foreign Nationals she learned some of their cultures and wrote some of her books. Her books includes Who Owns Your Soul?, Sin Tantalizers, The Reigning of the Refugee, The Storeroom Gives Birth to a Story (Poetry), Tribulation Escorting Triumph (Poetry), Author Without a Pen (Poetry), The Citizens Bow to the Refugees, 44 Liters of Tears (Poetry), The Plague in the Fatherless Home (Poetry), Log of Poverty in the Eye, Awakening of the Impoverished Prince, Deceiving Voice of Poverty, Great Departure of Mortals (Poetry), Little Oil in My Lamp (Poetry), Trapped in the Underworld, Dinning with Deception in the Shrine, The Song, the Dance, the Table and the Dining of Souls (Poetry), Riding on the Back of a Poor Man (Poetry), Silencing the Laughter of Goliath (Poetry), Deadly Diabolical Games and Dethroning Poverty from the Golden Throne."