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Posted November 10, 2013
Robert J. Morgan in his new book “Prayers And Promises For Worried Parents” published by Howard Books gives us Hope for Your Prodigal. Help for You.
From the back cover: HOPE FOR YOUR PRODIGAL . HELP FOR YOU
Worrying about our loved ones is the worst kind of worry in the world, especially when it’s our children for whom we’re concerned. From the moment they’re born, our youngsters have an unrivaled place in our hearts, and we feel an unending burden for their welfare. We do our best to provide for them and to protect them. But sometimes, like the prodigal’s father in Luke 15, all we can do is entrust them to the Lord, love them, and give them time to find their way. Nothing is more difficult.
Prayers and Promises for Worried Parents offers hope for your prodigal and help for you. In more than a hundred brief readings, Robert J. Morgan offers doses of hope—encouragements from Scripture, effective prayers, true-life stories, promises from God’s Word, timely quotes, and helpful hints for coping with yourself and your child in difficult times.
God specializes in being gracious, and prodigals have a way of coming home. Don’t despair over your wayward ones. The Lord hasn’t given up on them. Nor on you!
Let’s face it, it is tough to be a parent. And no matter how good we are our children have their own minds and some of them venture away from us and do not seem to want to come back. These children break the hearts of the parents while the parents continue to pray that God would move upon the child to restore and bring them back home. What do you do in the meantime? Robert J. Morgan has provided a devotional to help these parents. Broken into eleven sections: Praying, Trusting, Waiting, Leaning, Learning, Healing, Resting, Hoping, Striving and Singing. These 107 devotionals will help a parent grieve and provide comfort. They help a parent set their heart straight with themselves, the child and with God. Why do we need this book? We get cluttered with stress, worry, cares that draw our attention, ”Prayers And Promises For Worried Parents” re-focuses our attention on God and away from those things so that we can be renewed and refreshed. It won’t take you long to read this whole book through. This is one book you will be returning to over and over again.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Howard Books. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”