For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love and a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7) That is by far one of the most misquoted and misrepresented scriptures in the whole Bible. I have read this scripture hundreds (possibly even thousands) of times, yet I never truly understood it until I took the time to dissect it. In this book, I will share with you what I discovered as I dug deeper into the secrets of this scripture.The scripture itself is made up of three major words: power, love, and a sound mind. Yes, I know it says God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, too, but we'll talk more about that later. For now I want to focus on the "power words" in this verse. In fact, one day I got the idea to look up the word "power." When I did, I was blown away at its meaning The New Webster's Dictionary defines power as, "the ability to act or do; strength, influence, talent, command, authority, one who exercises authority, warranty; the product of the multiplication of a number by itself."I believe that this one scripture holds the key to your wellness, financial provision, mental health, success, prosperity, purpose, future, etc. It is chocked full of words that encompass the entire Christian faith. In this book, I will dissect each of the meanings of the word power, and I believe it will change your life. -Sarah WaltersSarah is a "wordsmith" as she examines the definition of words. However, this is not just the work of a master with words, but rather the work of a person of divine revelation. These words have become life to the author. They become the fabric of how she has built her life. They not only define her life, but truly empower her life. It is the story of how one woman lives from the power of the "WORD OF GOD." -Dr. Tommy ReidServing as Bishop of Niagara Covenant Community of Churches Sarah currently works as a journalist. She is a professionally trained vocalist who hasperformed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of Maryland. She is a New York native."