Rescue Me from Myself

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Who am I? What can I know? What ought I do? We needed to work through the most important spiritual lessons which all of us must learn: passion, betrayal and forgiveness. There is always a wilderness in us. It's a very necessary, crucial and divine detour to bring us home to ourselves after a lifetime of running away. Many of us always want to fast track our lives journey. Just because you failed at a relationship doesn't mean you are a failure. We have to pass through the wilderness before getting to the promise land. There are many stumbling objects on the path. Wilderness is a bleak, numbing word that instantly calls to mind a feeling of hopelessness, nothingness, barrenness and most of all, a sense of powerlessness. There's a reason that the biblical expression "the voice of the one crying in the wilderness" has come to mean abject abandonment. You can wail and gnash your teeth all you want, but in the Wilderness no one hears your heart tearing asunder except God, who presumably sent you there. Ironically, according to ancient legend, the word Wilderness didn't conjure up a place of punishment, but rather a place of learning, spiritual growth, understanding, healing and accomplishment. It referred to a wellspring of Divine energy in the guise of despair, hardship and pain; your experience in the Wilderness was designed to prepare or propel you toward your destiny. Or pry you loose from whatever was keeping you from it. Still, one does not enthusiastically sign up for the Wilderness cure the way we might for a restorative spell at Mount Everest or a confidence-building week in a retreat camp. Instead, we are usually thrust into the Wilderness by horrific circumstances that not only try our souls but seriously call into question our belief in God. In life, the smarter you are, the more things can scare you but to fear is one thing and to let fear grab you around the tail and swing you around is another. What difference does it make if the things you're scared of are real or not? You need to navigate your way through fear to achieve your big dream. The Israelites of the Old Testament were lucky. They wandered in the wilderness for forty years. Most of us stumble through trial, terror and triumphs of life's terrain a lot longer, usually until we're ready, willing and able to come face-to-face with the truth about ourselves. But we don't know we're worthy of success until we set out in search of the Promise Land. In this book, you will also get the insight to: "Know when to say no"; "Live to fight another day"; "Success is progress"; "Dream big"; "Go the extra mile"; "Who is your role model"; "The down fall of a man"; "Life is a risk"; "Give me another chance"; "Don't give up"; "Pride Goes before a fall"; "Courage to excel"; "Dwelling in Possibilities"; Making a difference in a chaotic World and many more. Get your copy now; you will be glad you did. ¿ There are moments that have made a difference in the trajectory of your life: the successes and failure that have define you; the loves and hates, gains and losses, promises and pain that have bound you; the risks and ruins, tumults and triumphs that set you free. This is a unique book indeed - Starlight Organization ¿ Hon. George Adioni Sinclair says; learn how to say 'I am sorry' even if you are right. If this message offends you in one way or the other, I am sorry. My apologies. - Reverend George-Blessing

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  • : Xlibris Us
  • : Xlibris Us
  • : 9781664121836
  • : Engels
  • : Paperback
  • : 258
  • : augustus 2020
  • : 400
  • : 153 x 228 x 20 mm.
  • : Persoonlijke religieuze getuigenissen en inspirerende werken