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Despair is deceitful?
?a thief and a robber?
?but joy is waiting for you?if you reach for it!

The secrets to a joyful life can be yours with just a little searching.

Learn to let go of the despair and grief that keeps you from truly living, and let your heart find peace. 

Helplessness and depression are common to man, but they don?t have to rule your life.

Why not leave heartache and grief behind, and live the life you?ve always wanted? 

One filled with 

  • peace
  • hope 
  • and joy. 

Let Not Your Heart be Troubled?

Free on 8th - 12th Feb 19
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"A Bible study pamphlet, this would probably be useful to church groups. It's well-presented, nicely formatted and edited and would work as a good starting point for discussion."

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I saw the cover. I thought light reading. I saw the description. I cringed, thinking PLR. Fortunately it isn't, although I'd have appreciated knowing this was a Christian tract before I picked it up. "The year of 2016 was one of the hardest of my life." was one of the first sentences, and what kept me reading and I am sure many other readers will relate. However this is actually a Bible study tract rather than a full Christian testimonial, complete with study questions.

I am uncertain whether this was based on the views of a particular group of Christians e.g. Baptist or Born-again, which may conflict with the views of other Protestant groups. While I won't go into them all there are a few issues, e.g. loc 85 covering marriage, divorce, and adultery mentions Matthew but not 1 Corinthians 7:15: "But if the unbelieving partner separates, let it be so. In such cases the brother or sister is not enslaved".

As a studyguide, this would probably be useful to church groups. It's well-presented, nicely formatted and edited and would work as a good talking point even if the particular group did not agree with all interpretations. It will have very limited interest to others however.

Rating: 3



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