To Walk and Not Grow Weary: Renewing Your Strength in Depressing Circumstances

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NavPress Publishing Group, 1984 - Religion - 88 pages
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When resources are at low ebb, humans are susceptible to depression. No one is fully exempt from its inner grip--even Christians The author looks biblically at the issue of depression and offers hope to all who suffer from it.

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User Review  - Margaret Beckett - Christianbook.com

My bible study group studied To Run and Not Grow Tired and found it an exceptional study book. We are so looking forward to this study guide and I have already done a few of the lessons and it is going to be just as good. Read full review

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User Review  - A.S. - Christianbook.com

This study has been very refreshing for myself and our class. I chose this study because it actually was a "Bible Study" and not so much about "feeling" questions/thoughts. The study is written is ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
5
ELIJAHChanging Our Schedule
7
MOSESLearning to Let Go
13
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Shelly Cook Volkhardt grew up in Taiwan and Mimi Wilson in Congo, both raised by missionary parents. Although they have studied the Bible for many years, nothing has influenced them more personally than the study of God's goodness. This understanding has increased their passion to know and demonstrate how the character of God can affect our daily lives. Shelly and Mimi both live in Colorado.

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