Reviews - What do customers think about Gods Psychiatry?
GOD'S PSYCHIATRY Feb 13, 2007
THE BOOK IS EXCELLECT SOURCE FOR ALL MANKIND. i HAVE SHARED IT WITH OTHERS. LOVE IT , AND I KEEP IT IN MY PURSE AT ALL TIMES.
Great book Jan 18, 2007
I order 3 because I wanted to share with friends. It is a great book that should always be available. THe same goes for the other one I ordered - A Shepherd looks at Psalm 23.
A Book to be Shared! Jan 18, 2007
This book was recommended to me by a friend. I had her book first and loved the feeling I had when I read it so I bought one for myself. I gave mine to my sis and bought me another. If you have a heavy heart, you need this book and if you want to FEEL GOD present in your life. Keep it close to you!
Powerful and Healing! Oct 31, 2003
We're reminded that as Christians, God is with us and "There is power in His presence." God is active in the lives of believers. He told us He would be. "Ability, talents, opportunity, material resources are really not ours. They are God's investments in us. And like any wise investor, God expects dividends," the author tell us. What He expects, we're told, for one thing, is to serve others. Bernard Shaw is quoted as saying, "A gentleman is one who puts more into life than he takes out."
The next time you're unjustly criticized, consider what he says about the source of such comments. "It is a sure sign of an inferiority complex when a person tells of the faults of another."
On significance, he tells us that no one was born apart from the will of God, that we existed in the mind of God before we were physically formed in the womb.
Faith is a necessary component of the Christian life. William Carey is quoted from a sermon he gave in 1992, "Expect great things from God, attempt great things for God."
Examples of Jesus meeting practical daily needs are presented. The author couples this with inner longings and desires and writes, "...He (Jesus) knows we have desires and wants beyond our bare necessities. We are not wild beasts."
Near the conclusion he has a quote worth pondering. It helps a person see beyond self. Allen writes, "No person ever really lives until he has found something worth dying for."
This book will improve you life. It will help you to connect with everlasting realities. Its truths will transform your perceptions. You thoughts will be healthy as you medidate on its precepts.
Best Bet for the Mentally Ill Jun 19, 2003
I have been placed on many different psychiatric drugs which seemed to do more harm than good and given many different diagnoses as though no two doctors could agree. I have finally come to the conclusion that for some of us...prayer and meditation may be a more miraculous medicine and less barbaric and less of a waste of time. I bought this book many years ago and it somehow got lost. I could not find it until today. I bought it today and can't wait to start back on the path I began a long time ago but fell off of. I really did feel it gave me hope and helped me think more positive and better things came to me when I had applied what I read in this book devoutly.