The Blessings of Brokenness: Why God Allows Us to Go Through Hard Times

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Harper Collins, 1997 - Religion - 160 pages
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Perhaps you've already experienced circumstances so shattering you may wonder today whether it's even possible to pick up the pieces. And maybe you can't. But God can -- and the good news is, he wants to reassemble the shards of your life into a wholeness that only the broken can know.

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Great book for growth toward God's Will.

User Review  - hopediamond - Christianbook.com

This book is an excellent book. I am re-reading it. It is a book that will touch your heart and soul and help you draw closer to God. I love it. It is a book that would be good for a study group or ... Read full review

Broken but Blessed!

User Review  - Linda D. - Overstock.com

Dr. Stanley gets to the heart in things if one has experienced being broken in any shape form or fashion this book is a must read. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Dr. Charles Stanley is the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Atlanta, GA, where he has served for over 40 years. He is a New York Times bestselling author who has written more than sixty books, including the top devotional Every Day in His Presence. Dr. Stanley is the founder of In Touch Ministries. The "In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley" program is transmitted throughout the world on more than 1,200 radio outlets, 130 television stations/networks, and language projects in more than 50 languages. The award-winning In Touch devotional magazine is printed in four languages with more than 12 million copies each year. Dr. Stanley's goal is best represented by Acts 20:24, "Life is worth nothing unless I use it for doing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus--the work of telling others the Good News about God's mighty kindness and love." This is because, as he says, "It is the Word of God and the work of God that changes people's lives."

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