I have seen these spiritual blessings as our natural human feelings are dramatically changed into a "new creation" that can only be celebrated as new spiritual realities our of the old emotional malformations - toxic shame healed into humility and self-acceptance, heavy guilt transformed into an ethic of accountability, controlling anger changed into courageous strength, agonizing loneliness into communities of love, aching tiredness refreshed and vitalized, sorrow and sadness becoming profound joy, disabling fear converted into peaceful wisdom, and oppressive pain into sensitive compassion for others. I have been present in the midst of these transformative rides - as feelings become true friends, redeemed and altered forever by the Holy Spirit. This book is an eyewitness testimony to such miracles of God's healing love. A. Philip Parham, Doctor of Ministry, is an Episcopal priest, who conducts workshops and seminars on Emotional Health and Spiritual Wealth throughout this country and overseas. His retreats and presentations on communication, intimacy and spirituality have touched and enriched many lives. A Yale graduate, he earned his doctorate at San Francisco Theological Seminary with his dissertation on ministry to alcohol complicated families. He is the best-selling author of "Letting God: Christian Meditations for Recovery", by Harper Collins, which is still in print after 20 years. He lives with his wife, Ruth, in the desert southwest and can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . His webpage is http://www.lettingGod.com.