Why Me, Lord?: Breakthrough Answers to Equip Married Couples to Be Fit for the Master's Use While Dealing with the Emotional Pains of Miscarriages or Stillborn Births

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Xlibris Corporation, Jan 6, 2009 - Religion - 85 pages
Do you feel youve been treated insensitively after the lost of your baby?

Have people tried to cheer you up after your lost but made you feel less than a woman by their words?

Does it feel like no one understands the cry of your heart and you have no one to talk to?

Pastors Rich & Karla have the personal experience, expertise, and are anointed by God, to speak to the cry of your heart with the same comfort they received from God.

They can do this, through their book, Why Me, Lord?: Breakthrough Answers to Equip Married Couples to be Fit for the Masters Use while Dealing with the Emotional Pains of Miscarriages or Stillborn Births

How will you benefit from reading this book?:
You will receive God-inspired wisdom, which will lead to the answer of why you lost your baby
Direction on how to get rid of the pain
How to heal the wounds of your marriage caused by your lost
And more


The Lord has anointed us to Equip You to Excel in Your Health and Fitness by the Explosive Power of Holy Spirit-which will lead you to Divine Healing, Divine Health and Wholeness in every area of your life. So, you can be Fit for the Masters Use.
 

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The Lord has anointed us to Equip You to Excel in Your Health and Fitness by the Explosive Power of Holy Spirit- which will lead you to Divine Healing, Divine Health and Wholeness in every area of your life. So, you can be Fit for the Master’s Use.

The Lord has anointed us to Equip You to Excel in Your Health and Fitness by the Explosive Power of Holy Spirit- which will lead you to Divine Healing, Divine Health and Wholeness in every area of your life. So, you can be Fit for the Master’s Use.

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