A Woman s Forbidden Emotion

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ISBN: 9781441225542
Release Date: 2005-01-26
Number of pages: 214
Author: Gary J. Oliver
Publisher: Revell

Download and read online A Woman s Forbidden Emotion in PDF and EPUB Did you know that it is okay to get angry? In fact, anger is a proper and godly response to some of the challenges we face. Written specifically for women and counselors, this insightful and practical book corrects the popular notion that good Christian women should never get angry--not for any reason, not at anyone, not ever. While the Bible admonishes believers to be long-suffering, it also shows how anger can be a vital tool in God's hands for bringing about needed change.

The Wholehearted Wife

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ISBN: 9781624051487
Release Date: 2014-06-20
Number of pages: 272
Author: Erin Smalley
Publisher: Tyndale House

Download and read online The Wholehearted Wife in PDF and EPUB Although it takes two to have a great marriage, an important truth for any marriage partner to realize is that he or she can really change no one other than him or herself. Nevertheless, changes in just one person can have an amazing impact on a marriage relationship! Instead of focusing on “How do I have a better marriage?” this book embraces that truth, and helps women ponder the question, “How can I be the best wife I can be?” It provides every woman with skills, information, and encouragement to make a positive difference to this and future generations, by wholeheartedly investing in her marriage and her relationship with her husband today. The Wholehearted Wife is written by Erin and Greg Smalley, along with Gary Smalley, the creator and presenter of Keys to a Loving Relationship, one of the best-selling video series of all time. Recognizing that most if not all married women have either experienced a time when her marriage felt lifeless—or sat with another female friend or family member who was experiencing that situation—this book is also a wonderful resource for those times.

Caring for People God s Way

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ISBN: 9781418525545
Release Date: 2009-09-21
Number of pages: 568
Author: Tim Clinton
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Download and read online Caring for People God s Way in PDF and EPUB Caring for People God's Way presents Christian counseling in a systematic, step-by-step manner that outlines the process as practically as possible. It then applies the process to the most common issues faced by Christian counselors: personal and emotional issues, trauma, grief, loss, and suicide.

Mad About Us

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ISBN: 1441208380
Release Date: 2007-10-01
Number of pages: 224
Author: Gary J. Oliver
Publisher: Baker Books

Download and read online Mad About Us in PDF and EPUB Gary and Carrie Oliver have written a practical book to help couples focus their passion in ways that lead to trust, understanding, and intimacy. They want Christian couples to develop Christ-centered marriages, and that includes dealing with issues that prevent intimacy such as fear, frustration, and anger. They demonstrate how the energy--or passion--of the God-given emotion anger can actually be harnessed in ways that build and strengthen a marriage relationship and free couples from one of Satan's most destructive weapons--unhealthy anger. "For more than a quarter of a century Dr. Gary Oliver has pioneered and served the needs of pre-married and married couples nationwide. I know Gary to be a good man and an authentic man who has faithfully loved and cared for the needs of his wife, Carrie, as she has battled cancer for the last couple of years. There is no greater statement of a man's life than the private love and commitment that he shows for his wife."--Dennis Rainey "Dr. Gary Oliver is not only my key mentor in life, but the person who actually helped me really understand what's beneath the power of anger and what you can do about it."--Gary Smalley

Every Woman s Battle

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ISBN: 9781601427526
Release Date: 2014-06-25
Number of pages: 288
Author: Shannon Ethridge
Publisher: WaterBrook

Download and read online Every Woman s Battle in PDF and EPUB When does an affair begin? Not with the first forbidden touch…but with the first forbidden thought. Unexpectedly, you find yourself enjoying a powerful emotional bond with another man. You feel like you matter to someone again. And the door you thought was locked so firmly–the door to sexual infidelity–is suddenly ajar. The only way women can survive the intense struggle for sexual integrity is by guarding not just your body, but your mind and heart as well. Every Woman’s Battle can help you learn to do that. Using real-life stories and examples from her own struggle, Shannon Ethridge helps women like you–whether married, engaged, or planning to marry someday.

Raising Children in Blended Families

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ISBN: 9780825497513
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Number of pages: 173
Author: Maxine Marsolini
Publisher: Kregel Publications

Download and read online Raising Children in Blended Families in PDF and EPUB A realistic and forthright resource, this practical guide for parents of blended families helps adults understand their children's feelings and cope with arising difficulties.


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ISBN: 185424891X
Release Date: 2008-11-01
Number of pages: 272
Author: Matthew Elliott
Publisher: Monarch Books

Download and read online Feel in PDF and EPUB Much of our spiritual training comes from churches which focus on duty and obedience, with an emphasis on controlling or even ignoring our emotions. Matthew Elliott shows from the scriptures how God is also concerned about the way we feel about things. He has created us to live with and through our emotions. God has clearly laid out what our emotional life can and should look like. Not only that, he has also told us how to work toward this goal. God wants us to be able to live freely in full joy, love and hope - the key ingredients of emotional health. The result of five years' research about the nature of emotions and their function, this popular book gives tools for understanding our emotions and equips us to grow healthy feelings and reject destructive ones.

Good Women Get Angry

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ISBN: 089283935X
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 297
Author: Gary J. Oliver
Publisher: Vine Books

Download and read online Good Women Get Angry in PDF and EPUB Dr. Oliver and Dr. Wright extensively surveyed women from many walks of life, exploring with them what they believe about anger and charting a new and healthy plan for handling this important emotion. With sensitivity and understanding, they provide tools for expressing anger constructively in the various spheres of a woman's life.

The Ecstacy of Loving God

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ISBN: 9780768496994
Release Date: 2011-07-28
Number of pages: 205
Author: John Crowder
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers

Download and read online The Ecstacy of Loving God in PDF and EPUB Ecstasy, or extasis, is the Greek term for trance, and is linked with a pleasurable, God-given state of out-of-body experience recorded throughout the New Testament and the church age. Starting with the apostles ecstatic experiences on Pentecost, the Book of Acts further records trances in the lives of Peter and Paul. From the early church to the Christian mystics of the Middle Ages and the famous revivalists of centuries present, God s movements on the earth have always been marked by these supernatural experiences. In this book, John Crowder takes us on a journey from Old Testament ecstatic prophets such as Samuel and Elijah, to the future ecstatics who will usher in a massive wave of harvest Glory to the streets in these last days. God has always wanted a people who live in the Heavens, even as they walk on the Earth. And the world is hungry for the demonstration of a gospel of supernatural power that flows from a life of divine pleasure. More than a state of mind, you will see how the nature of God s ecstasy is found in the joy, bliss and inner raptures of His presence. In this book, you will be encouraged to drink from the river of His pleasure! (Ps. 36:8)

A Woman s Weapon

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ISBN: 082481858X
Release Date: 1997-01
Number of pages: 379
Author: Doris G. Bargen
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

Download and read online A Woman s Weapon in PDF and EPUB This text presents an examination of Murasaki Shikibu's 11th-century classic The Tale of Genji. The author explores the role of possessing spirits from a female viewpoint, and considers how the male protagonist is central to determining the role of these spirits.

Women Facing Life s Demands

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ISBN: 0802463215
Release Date: 1993-07-01
Number of pages: 144
Author: Gary J. Oliver
Publisher: Moody Publishers

Download and read online Women Facing Life s Demands in PDF and EPUB "Often we listen to the demands of too many voices and, in the process, we lose our loyalty to ourselves" (coauthor Rita Schweitz). This workbook can help women take an active role in leading their lives toward what they really want. Through these exercises, women can develop an individualized strategy that enables them to take charge of life's demands.

Buford Bear s Bad News Blues

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ISBN: 1564764613
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 26
Publisher: Victor Books

Download and read online Buford Bear s Bad News Blues in PDF and EPUB A series of events has made Buford Bear sad and blue until he talks to his forest friends and together they think of a plan to end Buford's blues.

Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids

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ISBN: 1564764516
Release Date: 1995-02-01
Number of pages: 240
Author: H. Norman Wright
Publisher: Victor Books

Download and read online Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids in PDF and EPUB This books is designed to explain the important role emotions play in a child's development, to equip you with the tools to nurture healthy emotions, to identify potential emotional problems, and to help you understand how your own childhood shapes you.

Emotions in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

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ISBN: 9780199266388
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 341
Author: Simo Knuuttila
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Emotions in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy in PDF and EPUB The first part of the book covers the theories of the emotions of Plato and Aristotle and later ancient views from Stoicism to Neoplatonism (Ch. 1) and their reception and transformation by early Christian thinkers from Clement and Origen to Gregory of Nyssa, Cassian and Augustine (Ch. 2). The basic ancient alternatives were the compositional theories of Plato and Aristotle and their followers and the Stoic judgement theory. These were associated with different conceptions of philosophical therapy. Ancient theories were employed in early Christian discussions of sin, Christian love, mystical union, and other forms of spiritual experience. The most influential theological themes were the monastic idea of supernaturally caused feelings and Augustine's analysis of the relations between the emotions and the will. The first part of Ch. 3 deals with the twelfth-century reception of ancient themes through monastic, theological, medical, and philosophical literature. The subject of the second part is the theory of emotions in Avicenna's faculty psychology, which, to a great extent, dominated the philosophical discussion of emotions in early thirteenth century. This approach was combined with Aristotelian ideas in later thirteenth century, particularly in Thomas Aquinas' extensive taxonomical theory. The increasing interest in psychological voluntarism led many Franciscan authors to abandon the traditional view that emotions belong only to the lower psychosomatic level. John Duns Scotus, William Ockham and their followers argued that there are also emotions of the will. Chapter 4 is about these new issues introduced in early fourteenth-century discussions, with some remarks on their influence on early modern thought.

A Woman s Path to Emotional Freedom

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ISBN: 9780736939911
Release Date: 2010-06-01
Number of pages: 224
Author: Julie Clinton
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

Download and read online A Woman s Path to Emotional Freedom in PDF and EPUB Julie Clinton, author, speaker, and president of Extraordinary Women, has met thousands of women across the nation and heard them share the deep cry of their hearts. Women are desperate to break free of the emotional bondage of the past--the guilt, the anger, the jealousy, and the sadness. Julie offers women real hope and the chance to be free, filled with joy, and able to be used by God. With gripping real-life stories as well as stories from women of the Bible, Julie shares specific help for each debilitating emotion. She also provides a Bible study for an in-depth look at God's word and His provisions of grace and forgiveness. Readers will discover the perfect book for an individual seeking healing or for a small group Bible study. God can heal your damaged emotions.