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kimberlee5 Stars Out Of 5Must-read!November 10, 2011kimberleeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I didn't realize I was angry with God, until I read the description to this book. I knew I was angry with people, but didn't realize the connection to it with God.
I am only in the first chapter, but WOW!! I am looking forward to reading this entire book, I want to see the healing in my relationship with God by the time I finish this book. I am grateful for the ways the authors teach that anger is not all bad, they explain why we perceive it to be, and how it can be bad, but also how it provides the energy to set things right.
I wish I was already finished with this book to give a full report, but I am so excited by what I've read already, I want to urge you to read it!
Christina Paul5 Stars Out Of 5February 15, 2010Christina PaulGreat book! Its insights were so helpful. She knows what she is talking about, especially with the story of her grandmother who survived the armenian genocide. Her grandmother's struggle with anger towards God and eventual victory is so encouraging!
Christfried Rosemann5 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2008Christfried RosemannIt's a great book. I read it, enjoyed reading it and was carried through a process of getting totally honest with God. And that's all he needs to work in you.I did not suffer hard circumstances in this life - and yet had so many things that made me angry at God. When he disappointed my expectations. When things didn't turn out planned.This book allows you too take the grinning christian mask off your face and get real with God. He loves that. And he loves you, even though he sees it all. But you can only understand that when you get real with yourself and God, and this book helps doing this tremendouusly.
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