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Move On, Move Up

Turn Yesterday's Trials into Today's Triumphs
Narrated by: Paula White
Length: 3 hrs and 21 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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A woman who has experienced both tragedy and triumph, Paula White shares hope with those facing life's trials. Paula opens her heart to offer personal testimonies and key passages of Scripture that will equip readers to discover purpose in their pain and to overcome any challenge that crosses their path. It's not about what happens to us, it's about what happens in us. Failure is not final. We have the power to:

  • Renew our minds
  • Transition from trial to testimony
  • Discover God's pattern for our lives

    Most importantly, Paula teaches readers to never quit. Tough times don't last-tough people do! What are you waiting for? Grab hold of the victory God promises. It's time to Move On, Move Up.

  • ©2008 Paula White Enterprises (P)2008 Paula White Enterprises

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    a living testimony of finding yourself completely

    motivating, inspirational, looking inward, and upward, letting go and moving on, so rewarding to hear this living testimony!

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    This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

    It was just fluff no real meat in my opinion. It wasn't very relaxing or a good mood of the book just a rah rah pep talk.

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