To Run and Not Grow Tired: Restoring Your Faith in Times of Trauma, Hurt, Or Depression

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NavPress Publishing Group, Jan 15, 1990 - Religion - 96 pages
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Running the race of faith is not without its stops and starts. Sometimes you hit rough spots, and things like resentment, guilt, or disappointment drag you down. If you’ve sustained some inner wounds—and you’re not sure how to deal with them—take some time to study the lives of 12 men and women of God who struggled to keep running when they faced adversity. The 12 lessons of this Bible study will help you see how God cares about every problem as you grow in endurance, patience, and perseverance.

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User Review  - Margaret Beckett - Christianbook.com

We are planning to use this for our Ladies Bible Study this year. It covers a number of topics that I think will bring about good discussion. The questions in this study really lead you to that ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
5
HANNAHCoping With Criticism
7
PETERFailing Someone You Love
13
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