Keep Yo Cookie in Da Cookie Jar


Christian - Biblical Counseling
216 Pages
Reviewed on 09/13/2020
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Author Biography

My name is Evangelist Veeda (Life) and I was born to Will (Strong-Willed Warrior) and Deanna (Divine of Almighty God) Greer on December 19, 1965. I am the mother of 3 miracle children my oldest son Joshua (Almighty God is Salvation), my oldest daughter DeAnna (Divine of Almighty God), and youngest daughter DaiSha (She who lives or She who is alive). I have over 30 years’ experience of being a Forensic Accountant. I owned my own Home Health Agency until 2016 when I almost died again. I accepted the call of Christ as my personal Savior on July 2, 1998 on the “Day I met Christ”. I witnessed my dad’s death and Christ touched me and I have not been the same. Christ Called Me, Chose Me, Appointed and Anointed Me as Apostle, Evangelist, Prophet and Teacher of His Gospel for “The Last Days.” I am not a Christian because Christianity is a religion. I Follow and Believe the Master Christ. The LORD has a message for these “Last Evil Days” that we live in and I am determined to reach the lost. The Almighty Most High Living God says, “Christ came to seek and save that which is lost. I am His vessel for His Glory. I specialize in being a fisher of men and women and bringing them to the feet of Christ. It is my job to catch the fish and His job to clean them up.


    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Keep Yo Cookie In Da Cookie Jar by Evangelist Veeda is a thought-provoking, engaging, and profound book for readers who believe in Christianity and the Lord, and gives good insights about His teachings. The author's words are all about obeying the Lord and how He provided for man and then gave him a wife. Evangelist Veeda goes on to say whoever finds a good wife will obtain the favor of the Lord and he also discusses several crucial themes of the Hebrew wedding. Souls join and connect when a marriage takes place, and they become one in the Lord's eyes. Submission and allegiance go hand in hand; a complete submission to the Lord happens due to allegiance to his Kingdom. The author gives advice and tips to women on how to find a man and get married.

The book encourages readers to accept the Lord during these last evil days and seek His protection and blessings. The metaphor of Keep Yo Cookie In Da Cookie Jar is quite interesting - it is God's perspective and He sees readers' innermost thoughts, the importance of these cookies, and what it can get them. The book also makes readers aware their body is the temple of God, hence it is important to glorify the Lord both in body and spirit which belong to Him. The danger of giving away 'da cookie' highlights the importance of keeping chaste. The book has good tools and advice for female readers to change their thinking process and make them understand 'da cookie should be kept safely in da cookie jar' till marriage happens.