Item description for Never Enough: The Martha Syndrome by Loyce J. Bussey...
????????????????????????????????????????????????Never Enough: The Martha Syndrome, describes the plight of many Christians who are honored to be asked to serve the Lord in their local churches, but later allow their ministry to supercede other priorities in daily life. Consequently, many become overworked and experience depression and burnout to the point that their service becomes a burden. As this "burden" interferes with their fellowship with God, they find themselves desperately working in their own strength to fulfill the calling that began in the Spirit. The Martha Syndrome, named after Martha of Bethany as recorded in the tenth chapter of the Gospel of Luke, is often accompanied by such shame and anxiety that the "Martha" is unwilling to accept mind renewal and acknowledge the Lord's promise of burdens that are easy and a yoke that is light. The message and precepts presented in this book will bring spiritual, emotional and physical healing for many well-intentioned Christians who find themselves captured in this condition and who yearn to be restored into God's unique plan. Discover the true joy God has in store for each Christian as they learn how to receive His empowerment to perfect His plan and purpose for their Christian service.
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Studio: Father & Son Publishing, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.23" Width: 5.53" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2008
Publisher Father & Son Publishing, Inc.
ISBN 0942407865 ISBN13 9780942407860
Availability 0 units.
More About Loyce J. Bussey
Loyce J. Bussey currently resides in Tallahassee, in the state of Florida. Loyce J. Bussey was born in 1941.
Reviews - What do customers think about Never Enough: The Martha Syndrome?
Let God direct you! Great read and real life direction. May 19, 2008
I loved this book. The author writes from her heart and her experience. "The Martha Syndrome" addresses the real life problem of trying to be everything for everybody until you break. She shows you how to turn to God and allow him to use your gifts; God will never burn you out. Share this with your friends! If we turn to God first, burnt out and broken lives could be a thing of the past.