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Someone once said, aIgnorance is bliss.a I would have to disagree because I spent the majority of my life in ignorance and it wasnat blissful. It would be better described as foolish confidence in a state of lost. For years I walked around as if I had myself together, but I had issues. I eventually had to acknowledge this undeniable truth. But I had a problem. I kept tryin Someone once said, aIgnorance is bliss.a I would have to disagree because I spent the majority of my life in ignorance and it wasnat blissful. It would be better described as foolish confidence in a state of lost. For years I walked around as if I had myself together, but I had issues. I eventually had to acknowledge this undeniable truth. But I had a problem. I kept trying to fix them on my own without realizing that I really didnat have the capacity to even fathom the depths and width of my issues. When I surrendered my life to Christ, I came into the knowledge of the truth, the truth of who I was. The closer I drew to God, the more I understood that I had spent the majority of my life lost. I realized that with all that I thought I knew, I really didnat know much at all. I had to unlearn all that I knew and allow the Holy Spirit to teach me and reveal to me who I was in Christ Jesus. This book reveals some of the lessons I have learned along my journey to becoming the woman God created me to be. It is the beginning of letting go of the old self and becoming a new creature in Christ. Knowing is half the battle.


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Someone once said, aIgnorance is bliss.a I would have to disagree because I spent the majority of my life in ignorance and it wasnat blissful. It would be better described as foolish confidence in a state of lost. For years I walked around as if I had myself together, but I had issues. I eventually had to acknowledge this undeniable truth. But I had a problem. I kept tryin Someone once said, aIgnorance is bliss.a I would have to disagree because I spent the majority of my life in ignorance and it wasnat blissful. It would be better described as foolish confidence in a state of lost. For years I walked around as if I had myself together, but I had issues. I eventually had to acknowledge this undeniable truth. But I had a problem. I kept trying to fix them on my own without realizing that I really didnat have the capacity to even fathom the depths and width of my issues. When I surrendered my life to Christ, I came into the knowledge of the truth, the truth of who I was. The closer I drew to God, the more I understood that I had spent the majority of my life lost. I realized that with all that I thought I knew, I really didnat know much at all. I had to unlearn all that I knew and allow the Holy Spirit to teach me and reveal to me who I was in Christ Jesus. This book reveals some of the lessons I have learned along my journey to becoming the woman God created me to be. It is the beginning of letting go of the old self and becoming a new creature in Christ. Knowing is half the battle.

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