"Mental and Physical Wholeness" is the second in the "Little Book, Big Prayers" 4-book series. Speaking scriptural prayers over your circumstances will facilitate spiritual growth while enhancing your prayerlife. Learn how to pray for deliverance and healing from emotional or physical challenges. Say what God says about you. Embrace what God says about you to transition from brokenness to mental and physical health and well-being.
--Change what you think, say and do about your circumstances
--Agree with God to overcoming addiction, rejection and abuse
--Develop and experience healthy relationships
--Experience mental & physical health, peace, success and liberty
The life-changing, transforming power of God will help you believe the word of God--the scriptures--to change you life. Your heart and mind can be unified to the truth about who you are and what you can have. When you come to the knowledge of the truth you will have faith to believe that all things are possible. When you hear, read and believe the word, you develop faith in the word. You can draw on your faith to see blessing, healing, deliverance and increase manifest into your life.
AUTHOR'S NOTE: Some prayer topics appear in more than 1 book in the "Little Book, Big Prayers" series.
About the Author
Christine Brooks Martin is a bestselling author of prayer books, devotionals and inspirational titles. The focus of her writing is to evangelize the message of Jesus Christ and to help others develop and deepen their relationship with God through all manner of prayer. Communion and fellowship with God through prayer will help you experience His transforming power so you can walk in blessings, peace, success, well-being, and fulfill the plan and purposes of God for your life. Martin's prayer book titles include "Pray What God Says," "Talk to God with Affirmations of Faith," "He That Healeth Thee," (Spanish version) "El Dios Que Te Sana", the 4-book series "Little Book, Big Prayers" as well as the inspirational book of short stories and poems, "Christine's Short-Shorts," and "God Is... Each and Everyday" devotional. Coming soon a co-write with son, about living with the diagnosis of CANCER! Her motto is, "Lord may I share the knowledge of your grace with people I will never see, in places where my feet will never tread."