With refreshing honesty, compassion, and boldness, beloved Bible teacher Kay Arthur tackles the inevitable questions that accompany life's pain and disappointment, leading listeners to answers that bring fresh hope for tomorrow.
Speaking out of the pain that she herself has experienced so deeply in recent years, Arthur confronts the difficult realities of sorrow and the agonizing questions it brings. Listeners will find themselves in the company of a wise and warmhearted friend who guides them through the truths of the Bible to reveal powerful principles that will help them climb out of the pit of pain to find the light of redemption and hope.
©2010 Kay Arthur (P)2010 Oasis Audio
This experience was so enriching as the hurt confusion betrayal Kay Arthur speaks of is/was exactly the pain and feelings i am working through.Being an audible book so much more is achieved by the listener as the authors voice is very calming loving understanding and soothing.
As i was listening to the soothing empowering statements made by Ms Arthurs i realised i was truly feeling positive and hopeful and even excited for the days and weeks to come.We are never without Gods love and support and while some folks appear to have more setbacks than others i truly believe it is because those suffering or simply up against it,have valuable lessons to learn in the hope of truly loving life on their journey to become the person God would want them to be.
I am not familiar with this authors work . In choosing this book i got precisely what i was looking for.
What springs to mind is to be able to forgive and to show no viscious hostile anger towards the individuals who clearly did the wrong thing. However Jacob through calm reactions and quite stillnes was capable of keeping his emotions in check.
Honestly if you have suffered through dishonesty betrayal painful truths or a loss of sorts and you want to pull yourself back together then this is the listening material for you.
I just love Kay Arthur's books and I love that she read this herself! This book is very substantial in biblical teaching, wisdom, and grace! I love that Kay is so honest and transparent about her own life, and mistakes that she's made.
I listened to this as well as "Get Out of That Pit" by Beth Moore. If you grew up in a dysfunctional family and/or are in one now, I highly recommend Kay's book over Beth's! Just my personal opinion, but Kay is honest about her painful past and hurts within her family relationships, while Beth is forever telling dozens of cutesy-wootsy stories about her own blissfully happy family that I could not relate to at all, and seemed to sort of "rub salt" in the wounds.
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