The Power of Now in Your Life
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BeschreibungThe Power of Now in Your Life!
During my many years of struggling with depression, God asked me, "What is NOW?" Ever found yourself living life in yesterday and tomorrow? What about NOW?
In this book, I endeavor to walk you through the process of finding The Power of Now in your life! This profound and pronounced place is what many people are looking for as a new beginning in their life. This new beginning or NOW you are looking for will never be found looking at others and playing the blame game. It's time for you to take responsibility for your own life.
Now can be a starting point if we only knew where to look. Now can be the choice found before or after a bitter divorce, loss of a loved one, bankruptcy, a troubled marriage, cancer, or even drug addiction. Now is where you can find the spouse God has waiting for you. Now is that place at the end of your road called, "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired!"
When you have journeyed through the land of sick and tired, you then can find your NOW and tap into the power within you.
This book will help you understand and implement the next step in your life. It will show you how to step out of depression, condemnation, and low self-esteem and into purpose, destiny and faith. This book will show you that destiny is not just a journey but it is also a destination. Without understanding your NOW, there will never be a tomorrow in your life, just another passing of the past. Why do we keep holding on to a memory of life, when we still have life? Do you find yourself always talking about what happened yesterday or last year? Or maybe you find yourself always talking about tomorrow or next year.
It's time for you to discover The Power of Now in your life! Get ready to laugh, cry and heal as you examine YOURSELF while reading these pages. In finding the place called NOW you will find where Adam is...
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MORGAN JAMES PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: September 2006
Seitenanzahl: 212 Seiten