Monday, November 14, 2011
I had a difficult time with this book . . . a difficult time putting it down. Steve Arterburn has walked through the process of healing. He's not just talking the talk, he's walked the walk. I was amazed at how long this book was . . . and surprised that there was virtually no repetitiveness throughout. The workbook included in this revised addition would be extremely helpful for those trying to walk through healing and not willing or able to reach out to a counselor. The message of the book boils down to Jesus' powerful question to not only the paraplegic, but to all of us, "Do you want to get well?"
"Healing is a Choice" lays out the Biblical foundation to healing, with forgiveness being at the heart of it. Arterburn writes in a very personal way, in order to walk you through what could be the most powerfully transformational point in your life. Choosing to heal is the only way to walk forward in life and Arterburn provides the reader with every tool available to equip you for the journey.
I would HIGHLY recommend this book to everyone and anyone. All of us hurt and are hurt in our lives and all of us need healing. True healing.
*I was provided this book for free in exchange for my unbiased review through the Thomas Nelson BookSneeze Program.
Posted by Cherie Hill at 11:59 AM
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