Life After Rejection: God's Path to Emotional Healing
Spirit of Life Ministries, 2007 - 164 páginas
God gave us emotions, but He never intended emotional pain to rule our lives. Rejection comes from hurts and wounds. It holds us hostage to wrong feelings, behaviors and attitudes. If you've been betrayed, divorced, abandoned or abused, or even if you were simply turned down for a job or shunned by a social group, you may be looking at the world through rejection-colored glasses. Dynamic Scriptural insights teach you: How to identify the roots of rejection. How to break free from feelings of worthlessness and guilt. How to receive God's love, acceptance and emotional healing. How to find deliverance from depression. How to help others suffering from the pain of rejection. And much more!
Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica
Não foram encontradas quaisquer críticas nos locais habituais.
Ministering To Those With Rejection 113 Chapter 13
Unraveling Rejection 141 Reference Definitions
Abinadab Absalom abuse aﬀected Ahithophel Amnon anoint APERÇU apostolic assured God betrayal and abandonment Brian brother cause of rejection Chapter chastening church Corinthians David deliverance diﬃcult divorce Eliab emotional Ephesians father feel accepted feelings of rejection ﬁght ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂesh forgive fulﬁll God’s Word Greek Word HALLANDALE BEACH hath healing heart Hebrew Hebrew word Holy Spirit hurts and wounds Identiﬁcation internalize ISBN Israel Jesse Jezebel Joab Jonas Clark king King Saul king’s sons Let’s look Lord man’s Michal minister ministry never oﬀ oﬀer pain of rejection personality malfunction Philistine pity-party prayer proof of sonship prophetic refused rejected feel rejected personality rejection built Rejection wants rejection-based personality rejection’s renovation response Samuel Samuel faced Saul Scripture self-centered self-worth servants Shammah sibling sibling rivalry someone spirit of rejection suﬀering from rejection suﬀering with rejection Tamar thee things thou truth understand unto what’s woe-is-me www.JonasClark.com