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The Victim's Cry: Discovering Hope & Healing Through Forgiveness by Steven D. Griffin is an encouraging book that exposes truth from a Christian perspective to help listeners find lasting healing and freedom from past offenses, pain and unforgiveness. As the author presents steps to dealing with past offenses, disappointment and deep bitterness, the author writes from his own journey after separation in his own marriage. Offering Biblical knowledge, and additionally sharing some of the reasons why we suffer in this world, the author writes a concise, yet simple book to discover hope and healing through the power of Christ. Full of Scripture and Biblical insights on the issues of forgiveness—heart attitudes and judgments are examined that presents to listeners refreshment to the soul, giving them practical solutions to seek after God and His plan for healing.

Listeners will also learn from the Introduction that the book is a God-birthed book written from someone who has experienced God's plan of restoration. As the author highlights this statement from the Lord, "I want you to write a book about My plan of rescue for people who have been hurt. Many of my people are bound up, and I will use this book to help set them free." The author offers hope to those who feel like victims. What is quite unique is that he begins with the definition of a victim. As it turns out, we all have been victims at one time or another. With heartfelt compassion, the author's hope and prayer in hearing this audiobook is that individuals will find lasting freedom in Christ and come to an understanding that they are more than conquerors in Christ.

Divided into five "Open and Shut Steps to Freedom," such issues as selfishness, bitterness, anger, hatred, judgments address heart attitudes that help listeners identify these feelings and emotions, turning to God for help. Once identified through a godly lens, the truth of God's Word is applied and a renewing of the mind begins.

©2016 Steven D. Griffin (P)2017 Steven D. Griffin

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