A woman who has experienced both tragedy and triumph, White opens her heart to offer personal testimonies and key passages of Scripture that can equip people to discover purpose in their pain and to overcome any challenge that crosses their path....
|Title||:||Move On, Move Up: Turn Yesterday's Trials into Today's Triumphs|
|Number of Pages||:||304 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Move On, Move Up: Turn Yesterday's Trials into Today's Triumphs Reviews
Recently I found myself feeling trapped by a circumstance that I honestly thought had no way out. I felt incredibly paralyzed and just didn’t know how to take a step to move forward. Then I discovered this book and began to see a way to move on.What I liked most about this book is that it’s heavily based in scripture and Biblical stories, which is what I was looking for. I don’t think this should be substituted for daily Bible study or attending church. It’s an insightful resource to help the reader understand the purpose behind his/her trial and how God can use it for his/her good. The underlying message is to not give up, despite how painful the current situation may feel. Trust in God to make a way even if you think there is no way.At the end of each chapter are questions to help the reader delve further into his/her situation to assist in moving on and moving up. I highly recommend this book.
I enjoy many of Paula White´s inspiring sermons but this book was disappointing. Many Stay- positive- phrases and a little bit of Bible. There are encouraging stories of people who experienced loss. I experienced a heavy crisis in my life and I don´t believe that this book could have helped me. At least you see that many people suffer and for many life goes on. Very easy to read.
Say what you want about Paula White. I haven't agreed with every decision she's made. But this book, and her raw honesty of sharing her childhood therein, was powerful and eye-opening.
I will definitely refer back to this.