You’ll get through this. It won’t be painless. It won’t be quick. But God will use this mess for good. Don’t be foolish or naïve. But don’t despair either. With God’s help, you’ll get through this. You fear you won't make it through. We all do. We fear that the depression will never lift, the yelling will never stop, the pain will never leave. In the pits, surrounded by steep walls and aching reminders, we wonder: Will this gray sky ever brighten? This load ever lighten? In You'll Get Through This, pastor and New York Times best-selling author, Max Lucado offers sweet assurance. "Deliverance is to the Bible what jazz music is to Mardi Gras: bold, brassy, and everywhere." Max reminds readers God doesn't promise that getting through trials will be quick or painless. It wasn't for Joseph--tossed in a pit by his brothers, sold into slavery, wrongfully imprisoned, forgotten and dismissed--but his Old Testament story is in the Bible for this reason: to teach us to trust God to trump evil. With the compassion of a pastor, the heart of a storyteller, and the joy of one who has seen what God can do, Max explores the story of Joseph and the truth of Genesis 50:20. What Satan intends for evil, God redeems for good.
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You fear you won't make it through. We all do. We fear that the depression will never lift, the yelling will never stop, the pain will never leave. In the pits, surrounded by steep walls and aching reminders, we wonder: Will this gray sky ever brighten? This load ever lighten? In this six-session small group Bible study, pastor and New York Times best-selling author, Max Lucado offers refreshing assurance. Max reminds participants God doesn't promise that getting through trials will be quick or painless. It wasn't for Joseph—tossed in a pit by his brothers, sold into slavery, wrongfully imprisoned, forgotten and dismissed. But his Old Testament story is in the Bible for this reason: to teach us to trust God to trump evil. With the compassion of a pastor, the heart of a storyteller, and the joy of one who has seen what God can do, Max explores the story of Joseph and the truth of Genesis 50:20. What Satan intends for evil, God redeems for good. The six sessions include: You’ll Get Through This Down and Out, But Never Alone Stupid Won’t Fix Stupid Is God Good When Life Isn’t Now, About Those Family Scandals and Scoundrels God Can Use This for Good Designed for use with the You’ll Get Through This DVD.
When we feel that life is out of control, He is in control. When tragedy strikes, people desperately search for answers. Believers and unbelievers alike find themselves turning to God. Best-selling author and pastor Max Lucado points to the only real answer to tragedy and crisis: Prayer. In For the Tough Times, Lucado helps us understand how to pray despite our doubt and fear.
Many friends and family of people who have been incarcerated miss their loved ones and wish they could do more than visit once every now and then. Some wonder if their loved one will be released only to be jailed again, some children miss their imprisoned parents. This notebook is designed to be given to inmates to write their thoughts and feelings so they can read them later in life, write letters to their children, parents, family and loved ones. Write their plans, dreams or visions about the future, and prepare them to rejoin society no matter how much time they have spent while away. INSTRUCTIONS you can give to your incarcerated loved one: Behind bars? What's next? Reconnect with yourself and your loved ones through journaling. Journal about your dreams, your vision, future plans, letters to children, friends, and family, and anything you want to say to yourself or your loved ones. You can write poetry, songs, and random thoughts. Anything! Whether your loved one is behind bars because of addiction or anxiety related disorders, or they were wrongly imprisoned altogether, you can help them to stay in touch with themselves and others outside the confinement of the walls, by writing and journaling. Dissociative disorders together with Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) and other depressive and manic disorders can be avoided simply by staying connected and bonding to others in a nonjudgmental relationship. Using this writing journal can be a form of personal cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). IMPORTANT: Some key things about sending books to friends and family behind bars... If you order this book and send it to yourself, then send it to them yourself in a box, they will most likely be rejected for security reasons. It is highly recommended that you order and send directly from a publisher or seller like amazon, and that you do not send more than three books in one shipping. Ordering books for an inmate through an online retailer is easy, you just have to make sure that you select ship by USPS and that you ship it to the inmate's mailing address. Put the inmate's first name and last name followed by the inmate's ID number in the name line of the shipping address (John Doe, 12345). Next line put the facility name and then the address, so if I were sending an inmate items to Ulster Correctional Facility it would look like this: Frank Doe, 12345 The Name of Correctional Facility P.O. Box 600 Napanoch, New York 17478-0890
One of AmericaÆs favorite pastors, Max Lucado offers his first 365 devotional for teens, encouraging them to trust God and His perfect plan for their lives. Life is hard, and todayÆs teens could use daily guidance and reassurance that God is with them, through it all and despite it all. In One God, One Plan, One Life, bestselling author Max Lucado offers teens an accessible way to connect with their Lord. Daily devotions address such topics as faith and obedience but also offer wisdom on topics that teens battle, such as purity, bullying, alcohol and drug use, and self-image. Each day includes a short devotion and accompanying scripture as well as a take-away application that will inspire and challenge teens to trust in God and His plans for them. One God, One Plan, One Life helps teens to cut through lifeÆs distractions and rely on the one thing that is truly importantùa relationship with God. Meets national education standards.
When hard times strike, we look forward with longing to the day when we will "get over" the event and have closure. This is a difficult--often impossible--road to travel. There are some things in life that we must learn to live with because they will never truly go away for good. Despite that truth, there is life--rewarding and abundant life--after heartache and pain. John F. Westfall leads readers beyond their hurts and into a life of confidence, freedom, and secure joy. Sharing stories with wisdom, humor, and vulnerability, he shows how to move forward beyond fear, regret, guilt, anger, and bitterness into a life worth living.
Irwin is a 33 year old young man who knows how to live his life. A simple Australian guy who loves his car and dislikes working. Loves his women and loves to leave them. Enjoys his drinks and time with his friends. With very little time for his family and not much time for love, he fi nds himself falling in love. He is helpless and he is falling. Love also comes with happiness and also with sadness. Another love story with the feelings and emotions that only Irwin can describe and feel, but hoping that everyone understands. Can Irwin survive love?
You are stronger than you know (you will get through this) - A Grief Journal is a bereavement diary with daily writing prompts and space for remembrance to help you move through life after loss. After losing someone special it's like a piece of you is missing. The world seems to move a little slower and everything seems a little less bright. Days and nights are filled with memories and questions pop up which only they could answer. There are the parts of your day you wish you could share with them, and then there's the 'I love you's' you wish you could tell them just one more time. Work through your grief and sorrow with this daily journal that prompts you to make sense of all those jumbled thoughts and memories as they flood in. Note down your mood and energy levels, share your day and speak to your special person just like you would before. It'll never be the same but it may just help you find a new kind of normal. Inside this guided journal you'll find: REMEMBRANCE PAGES: Four lined pages and four blank pages for remembering your special someone and adding in photos or sketches. DAILY PROMPT PAGES: A two-page spread for each day - use these undated pages to write down the memories that pop up, to share your day with them and to note down all the questions you wish you could ask. ENERGY & MOOD TRACKING: Quickly note down your mood and energy levels. LINED PAGES: Each day there's a whole page just for you to write freely. CONVENIENT SIZE: This paperback journal is a handy 6" x 9" size, with 110 pages (including 50 undated daily spreads). It comes perfect bound with high quality (60GSM) crisp white paper. MOTIVATIONAL & ABSTRACT DESIGN: This geometric design features wraparound artwork on a 220GSM soft cover notebook with a matte finish. There's no right or wrong way to experience grief. It's unpredictable, and messy, and can seem to go on forever. Some days you seem to do ok, other days it's almost unbearable. But getting it all out on paper does help. This grief journal is the perfect companion (or gift) for anyone grieving the loss of someone special. Start your healing journey today. Also available as a plain lined notebook and a blank sketchbook, complete your set with all three designs. Alternative cover designs also available through our Author Book Hub.
When a young woman is found dead at the bottom of a boat in the Castlemere Canal, completely naked, and full of crack cocaine, the inhabitants of the dockside town are shocked. How could such a thing happen in Castlemere? The town's trio of police, detectives Frank Shapiro, Liz Graham and Cal Donovan, are concerned with answering a more basic set of questions: Who is this woman? How did she get on that boat? Why? The detectives quickly determine that she was thrown off the roof of a local hotel -- where an international business convention was being held, complicating the list of suspects. Suddenly, the deaths of a sheep from a local farm and of a homeless man throw the case off course -- someone in Castlemere is using live objects for target practice. Shapiro finds out firsthand that there is a professional killer on the loose, leaving Graham and Donovan to try and piece this puzzling case together alone. When a panicky phone call from a friend of the dead woman offers to shed light on these bizarre events Liz sends Donovan to fetch her. It should take only a few hours, but even that may be too long...
Fitness expert Glenn Marcella shows adults how to get in the best shape of their lives by simply acting like a child. Readers will quickly learn that the solution to weight gain, declining physical fitness and depression is so completely uncomplicated that not only would a child understand it, but children themselves, provide the solution. Without a gym membership or the use of equipment, adults of all fitness levels will be guided through a demanding and fun, head-to-toe workout inspired by simple games, activities and movements thought to be reserved only for children. The no-nonsense workouts are broken down in to 10, 20 and 30 minute options and can be performed outdoors, indoors, solo or with partners.