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Healing the Heart

Overcoming Betrayal in Your Life
Narrated by: Pamela Almand
Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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For anyone who has ever been betrayed; for anyone who has ever felt lost, abused, or abandoned; for anyone who has ever suffered a broken heart - there is healing! 

In this inspiring and life-changing book, Joan Hunter shares her challenging testimony of how she overcame rejection and the worst betrayal imaginable. No matter what your circumstances, God wants to minister to you through Joan’s insights and practical advice. On the cross, Jesus paid for more than your physical healing. He has also made provision for Healing the Heart.

©2018 Whitaker House (P)2018 Whitaker House

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  • Tina
  • San Francisco, CA
  • 11-11-19

Encouraging

Joan is easy to identify with as she describes her sadness and struggles. She does lots of venting and I can relate to that too. But then in another chapter she tells how she recovered. That's encouraging! It makes me think if she can overcome, then I can too!

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Disappointed...

I was interested in this book, hoping to connect with the author, since I have gone through a somewhat similar situation, public humiliation, but found little to connect to. The narrator sounded forced w/ her attempts at dramatizing the story, and the overall feel of the story was more like a long description of the authors sad details followed by preaching. It seemed forced and lacking real depth. I’m sorry I spent the $15!

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