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Emotions: Confront the Lies. Conquer with Truth.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

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    You may have seen Charles Stanley on TV every now and then as yo

    You may have seen Charles Stanley on TV every now and then as you're flipping through channels on Sunday morning. He is the senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia and he is a New York Times bestselling author who has written more than fifty books.  His latest book, Emotions "Confront the lies and Conquer the Truth" is a look at the negative feeling we all experience.

    Granted the title is called "Emotions" but this isn't really a book about the positive emotions. This isn't a book about love, or joy - rather this is a practical book that takes a look at the emotions that get the better of us - and how we can rise above them

    Stanley covers emotions like wounding, pain, misery, bitterness, guilt, and despair. Through each chapter Stanley offers biblical steps on how to get a hold on those run away feelings with clear explanations throughout. 

    This book talks much like Charles Stanley preaches. You can really hear his voice coming through to you if you have ever had the pleasure of listening to him talk. This book is such a great tool to help people navigate negative emotions. Stanley even covers where some of these bad emotions come from and how we can begin to unravel how they begin in our lives.

    I would definitely recommend this book to someone who is trying to rise above the weight of dark moments in their lives.

    Thank you to Howard books for a review copy for a fair and honest review

    12 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 13, 2013

    This one is right on!

    I am usually not a big fan of many of the Christian "help" books, even though I am certainly a Christian. This author is new to me and I have to say I am very favorably impressed. He writes with an intellectual honesty about our afflictions as human beings, hitting the bell so often that the psychotherapist in me senses a friend. I'm getting lots of help and growth from this book.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted April 1, 2014

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    nice book I thank God for this book

    nice book I thank God for this book

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