"When the heat is on and the battle is raging, know that as long as you are standing strong in the Lord, you won't be shot down or burned up by your circumstances. Think in terms of God's power. As long as you stand with God-and don't give up-you win."
Most ministers and psychologists agree that personal change comes from within. And that change can only occur if you take a careful look at your own life and experience. That's certainly what Stormie Omartian discovered. Over thirty years ago she was so depressed, she considered suicide. Then she went through the seven-step process she described in her bestselling book, Lord, I Want to Be Whole.
Now Stormie makes this process available to you in a personal walk to emotional well-being a walk with the truth of Scripture and the power of prayer at your side. Throughout your journey you will be observing the lives of some familiar people in the Bible. Many of these people had the same faults-and suffered the same problems-you do. The way the Lord guided them will be a path for you to follow.
Each week you will work through interactive questions and thought-provoking Scriptures that will enable you to determine who you are, what you're doing, and where you're going. And then you will establish some guidelines for your future.
"The healing and restoration I found is there for you too,"Stormie asserts. "Whether your hurt is from scars as far back as early childhood or from this week's untimely severing of a precious relationship, you can be whole spiritually and emotionally."
This easy-to-use workbook serves as an excellent guide for either personal devotions or group study. Use it as a stand-alone Bible study or as a companion to Stormie's book, Lord, I Want to Be Whole.
|About the Contributor(s)||Stormie Omartian
Stormie Omartian is the bestselling author of The Power of a Praying series with over 13 million copies in print. In high demand as an international speaker, Stormie has a passion to help people know God and His love. A survivor of child abuse, Stormie brings a deep understanding of recovery issues to her work. She and her husband, Michael, have been married for 37 years and have three grown children.
|Release Date||Mar 5, 2003|
|Who It's For||Teen Girl 13-17, Women|