Item description for Understanding the Pain by Tina M. Baker...
Overview Nothing is impossible when your life has a solid foundation. Leaning and depending upon the Lord and believing in yourself as you follow God's faithful plan for your life will make you feel good all over. This journal was written to uplift those who are hurting and are not sure why. Understanding the pain in your life will be a journey and a start to building a solid foundation when you open your heart and allow God to be number one in your life. We all have experienced some pain in life, and if you haven't, keep on living. I don't know everyone's situation, but I know that God does. I encourage you today to try Jesus. You are not alone. This journal talks about a healing process and who I turned to when I thought no one cared. I'm praying for you. You do not have to be afraid to come before our Father. Put your faith in God and believe in your heart that God will always do what is best in your life. No person is too small for God's love. I'm a living testimony.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 4.54" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.39 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591602394 ISBN13 9781591602392
Availability 67 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 11:29.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Understanding the Pain?
Great Inspiration Jul 8, 2005
I wish I had this book a year ago!!! A lot of what Sister Tina talked about in this book, I already have realized on my own, but it would have been soooooo helpful if I had this a year ago when I was going through problems in my life. Imagine all the heartache I could have saved if I only "understood the pain". I highly recommend this book to any one going through some hard times in their life!!!
Sweet Deliverance! Mar 14, 2003
Book of encouragement! It makes you self-evaluate yourself. We have one time or another gone through the PAIN and but what sweet relief to know that GOD is still in our corner. Recommend this book to those who need a SWEET DELIVERANCE! Thank-you Ms. Baker for sharing your experience(s) with us in order to help others!
A MUST READ FOR CHRISTIAN PRAYER WARRIORS Feb 9, 2003
A must read for Christian prayer warriors. Tina Baker invites those who pray to get in touch with a greater depth of relationship with God by acknowledging pain and allowing God's amazing Grace to sustain us and empower us to be stronger witnesses. She writes an invitation for all to get serious about the efficacy of prayer. Awesome!
EMOTIONAL Feb 2, 2003
This book was reality check for myself. Although I grew up in the church I never thanked God for all that he has done in my life. I can appreciate and can relate to some of the pain this woman went through. I don't think I could have written about my life for people to read and comment on. This was a brave step toward healing. God played a role in the writting of this book and Sister Baker has overcome a lot and the fact that she is willing to share her story with the world makes it even better. I'm going to share this book with a few other people because it has given me some things to think about. I wish that she would write something more about "Praying the Knuckleheads out of your life" because that hit home for me. God bless her and I hope to read more of her writing in the future.
Understanding the Pain Jan 30, 2003
I thought the book was great. The relationships (i.e. mother/father, sister/brother, husband/wife) we are in can lift us up or bring us down. This book demonstrates what we should do when the shades comes off of our eyes and we see what someone is really made of. When our young people start to date or develop friendships we should teach them to look on the inside vice the outside.
We all have or had some pain in our lives but what did we learn from the pain and who did we seek for guidance?