I Really Want to Change... So, Help Me God

I Really Want to Change... So, Help Me God

by James MacDonald
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I Really Want to Change... So, Help Me God 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What this reviewer needs to realize is that the 'alternative therapies' that he/she 'I'll say she for sake of brevity' is speaking of have done NO GOOD for her. Or else why would she still be searching for an answer from James McDonald's book? This is probably not what you want to hear, 'No Real Help', but YOU are the problem! Depression is a selfishness problem. Not only that, it's a lack of disciplined thinking problem. How do I know? Because I have had this problem all my life too! We all choose our thoughts. We can choose to think God's thoughts and be kept in peace, or we can choose to call Him a liar by disbelieving Him and think thoughts contrary to His word and be imprisoned in turmoil. Either way, we choose. 'No Real Help' I hope you see this and realize it's the truth. It will set you free.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read your review concerning the book and the struggles that you shared. Unfortunately I have no words great words of wisdom, other than you too have victory in Jesus Christ. I am learning that it is up to me how willing I am to allow and let the WONDER WORKING OF JESUS INTO MY ME AND MY LIFE. I am deeply sorry for the emotional struggles that you have. And although I may not have the same struggles, we all have our emotional struggles with our selves and with our relationship with the Lord. I just want to say 'BE ENCOURAGED AND BE OF GOOD CHEER, FOR JESUS CHRIST HAS OVERCOME THE WORLD' GREATER IS HE THAT IS IN YOU, THAN HE THAT IS IN THIS WORLD. For there is power, wonder working power in the Blood of the Lamb.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are a Christian, or a non-Christian seeking God... if you are a set value Christian or a Christian whom has lost his/her inspiration for God somewhere along the line... Read this book and revive the Glory and Grace of God through your daily life!!! A book well worth reading!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I saw this book on the B&N shelf and, being like every other human being and having things about me that I want to change, I purchased it. It sat on my shelf for months before I finally opened it. I regret waiting so long. The author has done a marvelous job of presenting elementary information and reasoning for salvation without ignoring the mature Christian. He then progresses into why to change, on what and how to focus, and how to change it. His personal examples and real-life stories increase the credibility of his writing. He is a talented writer and I would like to hear him speak also. Most importantly, he does not focus on himself and his own opinions but presents the word of God (with quotes and references) and then supports scripture with evidence from experience and knowledge. A great book for an unbeliever, a new believer, a 'questioner,' or a mature Christian. Be prepared to take notes--there is a lot to learn and refresh with this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a born-again Christian of over twenty years who is struggling with emotional issues, I found this book useless and stopped reading after the first couple of chapters. I have been struggling with the author¿s recommended methods of change for over twenty years and they have not allowed me to overcome my covert depression tendencies. To so cavalierly disregard other methods of help as he does in Chapter 1 does nothing to further along the process of helping those truly in need. What he is doing is telling a drowning person to swim harder, rather than throwing them a life preserver. I found the advice similar to that of a misguided individual who told a friend that their child died of cancer because they did not pray hard enough. Yes, I believe in God and Jesus Christ as my savior. However, I do not believe an individual unskilled in alternative therapies, as the author appears to be, should disregard meaningful help that can be used in addition to a solid belief in God and His tender mercies. Any one struggling with covert depression tendencies or trying to make sense of emotional distress will find the author¿s suggestions simplistic and a retread of what can be heard from the pulpit on Sunday.