Bitter Or Better: You Decide
This book is 10 years in the making and was conceived out of watching the experiences of people, and the resultant effects of those experiences. As a theologian, Bishop Wilson, was able to capture or relate theses issues with Naomi in the book of Ruth. Do life's negative experiences make us, "bitter or better"? As individuals read this book, many bottled up feelings will become unlocked and freedom will take place as people honestly reflect upon how life experiences have negatively affected them. The good news is wherever one finds himself; this book provides not only a diagnosis of the problem but also a clear direction on how to get back on the right track in life.
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