Titolo: The Wounded Worshipper
Casa editrice: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing
Data di pubblicazione: 2009
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781414114477-3
Riassunto: "Wounded people can be winning people." Do you sometimes feel that the pain of your past hinders you from fully embracing the promise of your future? Are your problems causing you anxiety? If you have dealt with situations or people that have wounded you deeply or injured someone you know, then this book is must read for you. Through the example of Jacob's life and his own battles in overcoming the pain of the past, Darwin Randolph offers insight and understanding of how God can use our wounds and the power of worship to take us to a higher dimension. It speaks directly to those of you who were also silent sufferers. This book will simultaneously encourage you, release you, and challenge you to both discover and fulfill your purpose in spite of all that has happened in your life. It will guide you through the healing process while showing you that you can have peace, even in the midst of emotional and spiritual battle. You really can overcome the past and look to the future with confidence.
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