Healing The Wounded Soul

Author: Phyllis K. Peterson
Editor: Baha'i Publishing Trust
ISBN: 9781931847254
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A survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Peterson recounts in clear and helpful detail the source of her deep shame, the difficulties she encountered in developing as a human being, and the healing roles of faith and her own independent investigation of spiritual truth in achieving a lasting positive self-image and the capacity to help others. Her book outlines a remarkable journey of recovery accompanied by traumatic events, therapy, misdiagnoses, and an evolving personal philosophy based on spiritual insights gleaned from performing as an artist, her experiences with Baha'is and Baha'i teachings, and intensive study of anger and codependency. Her story will inspire millions of women and men who have endured abusive childhoods and still search for healing.

Healing The Wounded Soul

Author: Arline Westmeier
Editor: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1609577477
Size: 15,55 MB
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Healing The Wounded Soul

Author: Katie Souza
Editor: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1629991902
Size: 10,13 MB
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Pain is NOT the end of your story. Katie Souza was a career criminal, and after being convicted of a number of felonies, she was sent to federal prison to serve almost twelve years. While serving what would be her final prison sentence, Katie encountered God in a way that dramatically changed her life. She immediately became an outspoken advocate for Jesus, and her infectious love for Him caused many women inside her cell block to accept Him as their Savior. Her story is a vivid demonstration of the desperate need we have for the healing of soul wounds-the often unidentified impediment that holds us back. Through this remarkable story and teaching, you will be able to find a pathway to healing and receive the blessings God is pouring out.

Healing The Wounded Soul

Author: Carol Stocking
Editor: Llumina Press
ISBN: 9781595263452
Size: 15,24 MB
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Sufferers of persistent illnesses who have "tried everything" may have a problem few would think of: soul wounds and other souls living parasitically on one's own. With this method these problems can be cured and physical healing can then proceed.

Healing Affirmations For The Wounded Soul

Author: Melissa Jones
Editor: Publishamerica Incorporated
ISBN: 9781413760521
Size: 15,10 MB
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Healing Affirmations for the Wounded Soul is a testimony of the saving grace of Jesus Christ. Melissa tells the story of how she survived and overcame memories of a troubled childhood by facing her past and making the choice to allow God to heal her wounds. She shares affirmations and prayers that have helped her conquer self-destructive behaviors. She also shares life experiences that taught her about forgiveness, faith, confidence, and most of all, love. Healing Affirmations will inspire you, lift you, and teach you to use the power of your words to change your life.

Trauma Evil

Author: J. Jeffrey Means
Editor: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451414394
Size: 10,50 MB
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This book enables caregivers working with victims of abuse and violence to add to their knowledge base an understanding of evil and how it works to destroy. Arguing that Rthe worst forms of trauma are the human intentional type", or trauma perpetrated consciously and intentionally by one human being on another, the authors define radical evil, symbolized by Satan, as trauma-inducing acts that are engaged in consciously, for its own sake, in an unapologetic way.

Soul Surgeon Healing For Wounded Souls

Author: Cheryl Shea
ISBN: 9781460008683
Size: 15,83 MB
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This book is not for the timid but for those who have the courage to take necessary steps to achieve a level of freedom they had never imagined. -Grant Mullen, M.D. Author, Emotionally Free Counselling often fails because we focus on the symptoms or behaviour without looking at the roots of the problem. Other counselling methods fall short when they focus on healing the inner wounds without challenging people to let go of their sinful ways of dealing with their pain. Ultimately any Christian counselling must address the reality that we were created to enjoy fellowship not only with God but also with each other. Excerpt from the chapter Walls and Boundaries Paul's admonishment to the Corinthian church to get rid of the things of "the flesh" or "carnal behaviour" was another way of saying that their wounded soul was getting in the way of their "walking in the spirit." It would be nice if we could simply ignore our wounded souls, but our sinful responses to our woundedness are a constant roadblock to our ability to walk in the freedom Christ has given us. Excerpt from the chapter The Healing Process Cheryl Shea's desire is to help you overcome the traumas and emotional injuries you have experienced in life. While experiencing a life changing faith encounter at 17 years old, it wasn't until her early thirties that she realized she needed human help dealing with the internal pain and anxiety that just didn't seem to resolve. Her own healing journey led her to found the Mars Hill Centre in Edmonton that provided healing and hope for people looking for spiritual answers, but were wary of traditional churches. Cheryl is a Registered Professional Counsellor and Master Practitioner in Clinical Counselling with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association. She holds a Master of Divinity degree from Edmonton Baptist Seminary (now Taylor Seminary) and a B.Sc from the University of Winnipeg.

Healing The Wounded Soul

Author: Jack R. Christianson
ISBN: 9781598115888
Size: 15,41 MB
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Tattered And Mended

Author: Cynthia Ruchti
ISBN: 9781426787690
Size: 11,94 MB
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For years, society and especially the church required that we hide our brokenness and pretend that all was well, even when it was terribly broken. Now, people have become comfortable with our tattered edges, our character weaknesses, our “old, familiar sins,” and forgotten that God doesn't intend to leave us in a state of disrepair. God calls us to something other than the wild pendulum swing from hiding our scars to flaunting them. Rather than resigning ourselves to desperately clinging to shreds of recovery, or discarding the broken, threadbare, scarred relationships, we can engage in the process of healing through Christ. Jesus reclaims what we fear was damaged beyond repair. His soul-mend leaves hope where the wound once was. And, as we engage in the process of healing, we grow in appreciation of how God tends and transforms our wounds.

The Five Wholeness Steps

Author: Katie Mather
Editor: BCR Press
ISBN: 9780998741598
Size: 12,12 MB
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Is it possible to heal the wounds of the soul before deliverance? One can pursue God and His healing before deliverance, but can only reach as far as the internal saboteur will allow. After deliverance, it is truly possible to expose the broken places and allow God's healing deep in the wounded soul.The Five Wholeness Steps is a practical guide for dialog between you and God, to bring His healing into the wounded soul after deliverance.