Mending Your Heart in a Broken World
Mending Your Heart in a Broken World : Finding Comfort in the Scriptures
- Author: Patsy Clairmont
- Length: 160
- Edition: Hardcover
- Publisher: Warner Faith
Information on Mending Your Heart in a Broken World from the publisher:
Patsy Clairmont is a bestselling author and inspirational speaker who has brought her upbeat message to more than a million people in the last few years -- and made them smile too. Now Mending Your Heart in a Broken World, written with Patsy's characteristic warmth and humor, conveys her words about the power of faith in an especially personal way.Here, for the first time, Patsy gives an account of the depression and anxieties that once kept her a virtual prisoner in her home. Then, with quotations you'll treasure, moving anecdotes, and astonishingly relevant Scripture from the Book of Nehemiah, she tells how she recovered -- and how you can too.Patsy's down-to-earth wisdom and guidance for daily living become true "heart menders." Her advice ranges from whether we should throw our doors wide open to unexpected callers or lock them tight to how the simple words "well, well, well" can gently remind us that drinking from spiritual waters can refresh our day -- and our attitude.As endearing and funny as Patsy herself, Mending Your Heart in a Broken World offers a helping hand on the darkest roads of life, reassuring us that our journey through the valley can lead to the mountaintop, where dreams and hearts are made whole again.
Description of Patsy Clairmont, author of Mending Your Heart in a Broken World:
For some, the world is a painful and fractured place - a place where their spirits have been tainted by tragedy, intimidation, and the loss of love or loved ones. In this book, popular Christian Bookseller Association (CBA) author Patsy Clairmont addresses this pain and suggests that those in search of healing turn to the book of Nehemiah for insight, instruction, and encouragement. Through Nehemiah, the reader will learn how to guard her heart and how to open the doors when trust is required; how to live with a servant's heart and how to overcome the fear of subjection; and when to work and when to pray. Using scripture and stories from her own experiences as well as those of others, Patsy illustrates how hearts and dreams can be rejuvenated and rebuilt and that the trip through the valley can lead to the mountaintop.