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Author Jedediah Roper Pens Book to Help Disabled Christians Battle Abuse

The author hopes to put an end to the cycle of abuse suffered by the disabled at the hands of others.

Lakeland, FL, USA – WEBWIRE

It requires faith to endure the trials of disability and adversity in life.

Devout Christian and Air Force veteran Jedediah Roper published “Stop Taking Advantage of Me” (BookBaby, 2017). The purpose of this book is to help his intended readers, the disabled, guard themselves against abuse and other forms of mistreatment by manipulative people. He hopes to empower them to stand up for themselves.
The author, who suffered from schizoaffective disorder in the 2000s, knows how it is to be afflicted and worse, be taken advantage of by other people. He also encountered other tragedies in life, which further caused him to rely on others to be responsible for him. He soon learned it was not the way to live out his life – and his faith.
The author’s response to the abuses and losses he experienced was spiritual – fitting for a veteran whose faith in Jesus Christ is as solid as a rock. In “Stop Taking Advantage of Me,” he shares his experiences coupled with biblical principles to inspire others to live out their faith and become good examples to others no matter the fear, depression, and discouragement in their lives. After all, God is bigger than any disability or adversity.
“Stop Taking Advantage of Me” is available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Readers are encouraged to visit the author’s website at
Stop Taking Advantage of Me
Written by Jedediah Roper
Published by BookBaby
Published date: July 27, 2017
Paperback price: $8.14
About the Author
Jedediah A. Roper (formerly known as Paul E. Roper Jr.) was called to teach in the Body of Christ since 2006 after the Lord helped him begin to recover from a severe battle with mental illness where he was hospitalized over 30 times within a six- year period. As an Air Force veteran and being medically retired from active duty, as well as experiencing many loses in his life, Jedediah has gained a greater appreciation for the deep meaning of suffering and has been blessed with not only his knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, and the anointing of the Holy Spirit to help those who are suffering as well, and also with a great understanding and compassion to relate to a wide variety of people; but he also has been blessed with a unique opportunity and privilege to use his skills and gifts to bless others and reach out to people who are hurting through writing, teaching, and prayer. Jedediah lives in Florida. He has one son, whom he loves dearly.

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