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Broken Things: Why We Suffer - Large Print

M. R. DeHaan
Broken Things: Why We Suffer - Large Print

Offering a message of hope and peace, Dr. M. R. DeHaan shares the healing principles of God's Word and speaks compassionately to those seeking reasons for their suffering in the face of hard times. Broken Things shows how suffering can usher in a treasure of maturity and who... Read More

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Offering a message of hope and peace, Dr. M. R. DeHaan shares the healing principles of God's Word and speaks compassionately to those seeking reasons for their suffering in the face of hard times. Broken Things shows how suffering can usher in a treasure of maturity and wholeness and how brokenness can be a sign of God's working to refine the potential He sees in you. This Easy Print edition provides large type for clear, easy reading and is perfect for those who are visually challenged or dyslexic.
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  • Product type: Book
  • Format: Softcover
  • Release Date: Jan 1, 2015
  • UPC: 9781627072731
  • Volumes/Discs: 1
  • Pages: 136
  • Publish Date: Jan 1, 2015
  • Language: English
  • Audience Age Maximum: 0
  • Audience Age Minimum: 0
  • BISAC: "REL012120"
  • ISBN: 162707273X

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Broken, but Healed by Elizabeth on 2/16/2015
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Given that the original manuscript of this book is published in 1948, that the subject and prognosis is relevant and dead-on today is a testament to the word of God. The reading will take patience and perseverance as the author writes with zeal and as if his audience is in speaking distance. However as he relays the solutions for broken things in our lives, those things from which we suffer - be it hearts, relationships, illnesses, finances, readers will find that the age-old solution is still true today. What I find most wonderful about DeHaan's writing is how realistic he is - when he writes of the solutions to depression being multi-faceted, he recalls advising one woman to visit a physician for a full exam to consider health as a culprit. The Doctor finds that she has an issue in her gums that requires immediate treatment. Once that issue is remedied, her body heals and her depression is lifted. In this example, DeHaan is careful to say that this is not ALWAYS the answer to depression, but that there are spiritual, physical and mental reasons for depression - but we as humans must be sure to realize we have to check all of these facets of our lives for the cure.

DeHaan was writing for the ages when he captured his enlightened teachings on these pages. Reading Broken tHings: Why We Suffer is a win/win move.

My Review can also be found at http://31daysearlyirise.com/2015/02/16/broken-but-made-whole.html

I received this book free from Family Christian in return for my honest review.

First Broken then Whole by Elizabeth on 2/16/2015
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Given that the original manuscript of this book is published in 1948, that the subject and prognosis is relevant and dead-on today is a testament to the word of God. The reading will take patience and perseverance as the author writes with zeal and as if his audience is in speaking distance. However as he relays the solutions for broken things in our lives, those things from which we suffer - be it hearts, relationships, illnesses, finances, readers will find that the age-old solution is still true today. What I find most wonderful about DeHaan's writing is how realistic he is - when he writes of the solutions to depression being multi-faceted, he recalls advising one woman to visit a physician for a full exam to consider health as a culprit. The Doctor finds that she has an issue in her gums that requires immediate treatment. Once that issue is remedied, her body heals and her depression is lifted. In this example, DeHaan is careful to say that this is not ALWAYS the answer to depression, but that there are spiritual, physical and mental reasons for depression - but we as humans must be sure to realize we have to check all of these facets of our lives for the cure.

DeHaan was writing for the ages when he captured his enlightened teachings on these pages. Reading Broken tHings: Why We Suffer is a win/win move.

I received this book free from Family Christian in return for my honest review.


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