Item description for Let Go and Let God: Steps in Victorious Living by Albert Cliffe...
Overview The anxiety and stress of modern living affects the health and happiness of millions of Americans. This book, presented in practical, step-by-step, layman's terms, points out the way to a joyous affirmation of your spiritual faith - a soothing refuge in times of trouble and doubt. Let go of stress and let go of fear once and for all, and let God lead the way to a more fulfilling, more satisfying, more successful life.
Publishers Description DO YOUR BEST AND LET GOD TAKE CARE OF THE REST The anxiety and stress of modern living affects the health and happiness of millions of Americans. "Let Go and Let God, " presented in practical, step-by-step, layman's terms, points out the way to a joyous affirmation of your spiritual faith -- a soothing refuge in times of trouble and doubt. Let go of stress and let go of fear once and for all, and let God lead the way to a more fulfilling, more satisfying, more successful life. Learn how to: * Establish relationships that will nurture and nourish you * Practice kindness -- and receive it in return * Build a self-image that you and your peers will respect * Use the force of your ideas to overcome obstacles * And much more If you seek peace of mind and purpose of spirit, you are sure to find a source of strength, courage, and confidence in "Let Go and Let God."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.93" Width: 5.72" Height: 0.49" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 1991
ISBN 0671763962 ISBN13 9780671763961
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More About Albert Cliffe
The late Dr. Albert E. Cliffe, a professional biochemist, became a respected leader in the spiritual healing movement. He is the author of Lessons in Successful Living.
Reviews - What do customers think about Let Go and Let God: Steps in Victorious Living?
Wonderful Inspiration! Oct 3, 2002
The type of book that needs to be read and re-read. Let Go and Let God provides guidance, explanation and direction. Take the time to read some of chapters out loud to your children.
Truly Inspirational Sep 8, 2000
This book epitomizes the way to realize personal healing and fulfillment, even though it was written almost a half century ago! The principles still apply today and they are exquisitely and inspirationally set forth by the author.
We are given the desire to pray and restore our faith in God, which we may have forgotten how to do. The results have important implications in both the physical and spiritual world. The author tells us that each day is new and we have the ability to change and be renewed. We are able to be absolutely forgiven by Christ - a very reassuring and comforting thought.
Kudos. This book establishes and emphasizes the important things in "life" on Earth (and here-after).
"Inspirational and motivating"-Nicole R. Aug 11, 1999
I found this book to be very motivating and it really stirred a desire in me to further my faith..hard core faith...in Christ. Although at times it was confusing to tell what practices Mr. Cliffe was talking about doing, and it is hard for me to picture the type of praying and strong belief he talks about needing, I think after reading and thinking some more I found out the answers. It wont be easy but I am going to try what he suggests. I think this is a very informative book for anyone, even if you dont feel as faithful as a minister, priest, or deacon...we all need healing, happiness, and we certainly all need to learn to love and think good things...and Mr. Cliffe talks about this thouroughly, with example of how full faith has helped heal people. Give it a try.
We'd all be better people, if we all read this book. Oct 27, 1998
You don't need to be a holy-roller to appreciate the concept of the author's points in Let go, Let God. Because we weren't born with instructions, sometimes it's hard to make the right choices and go the right direction--regardless of our choice of (or) faith. But, this book boldy speaks to all races, religions, and faiths. If we all took the time everyday to truly invest in self-improvement, instead of investing time in finding fault in others we would all grow greater spiritually, physically, financially, and of course most importantly, Godly. Let Go, Let God has something for everyone and I am sure it should be in all home libraries. It helped me see where I've grown and where I need to change.