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Labour Pains: Birthing Your Destiny with God's Help

Contact: Sandy Dunwoody, 800-AUTHORS ext. 5507

BROOKLYN, N.Y., June 15 /Christian Newswire/ -- Have you ever felt like you were pushing to give birth to a new purpose in life, but something has held you back? Labour Pains: A Biblical Perspective of God's Destiny for your Life (published by AuthorHouse) by author Kay Blugh Gaymes shows how you can "deliver" a purposeful life and achieve your desires.

Labour Pains arms its reader with prayer as a spiritual weapon to fight against fear, and emphasizes the PUSH method: "Pray Until Something Happens." By recognizing skills and gifts from God as well as battling fears, a believer can renew spiritual energy and passion. Gaymes uses popular Biblical figures in Labour Pains to indicate how God is able to give the desires of one's heart if they work hard and think wisely.

"Some people may have thought you were barren and couldn't get pregnant with the plan of God, but let them know that just because they didn't see your fruits it doesn't mean that you weren't producing and that your roots weren't growing," Gaymes insists. "This is your time of fruition; God is inducing labour pains, so PUSH and produce an offspring!"

Several Biblical characters are highlighted throughout the book, including Jesus, Peter, Samson and Hannah. Gaymes writes:

"[David] always inquired of God what he should do and when he was successful he gave the credit to God. So, David moved from a shepherd to a king...If you are destined to achieve great accomplishments in life, be certain that you will start with small achievements first. In other words, you will have to go through small doors before the big ones are opened for you."

About the Author: Kay Blugh Gaymes retired as an Assistant Chief Immigration Officer, having worked in several departments and ministries in St. Vincent and the Grenadines of the Caribbean Islands. She has spent her life in the church and has served as Sunday school teacher, youth leader, young women’s coordinator, worship leader, Evangelist and preacher. Gaymes has spear-headed women's conferences as a facilitator and speaker, and also has spoken in churches across the United Kingdom and the United States. She is a firm believer that God and prayers are responsible for the successes in her life as the wife of a pastor and mother of four children. Despite her busy schedule, she holds a certificate in Public Administration, diploma in Management and Master’s in Business Administration.