Diane Nix has personally walked down a road lined with many trials-the loss of a child, a painful church experience, the death of her father, and the loss of all her personal possessions-and has emerged with a deeper understanding of Job's wife and why a woman who trusts God implicitly might ever feel like she's lost all hope. By exploring the hardships that Job and his wife faced, Nix is able to inspire others to examine the suffering in their own lives, ultimately encouraging women to analyze their hearts and move forward through life's unexpected hurdles.
Nix examines the value of true friendship, the daddy/daughter relationship, and how to heal a broken heart as she gently guides women to renew joy and faith, regain strength, and learn to live again with hope in When God's Woman Wants to Give Up.
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When God's Woman Wants to Give Up!, written by Diane Nix, is a practical life application must-read for all women. Experiencing many trials in her own life, Nix walks women through Job's life focusing on the personal trails Job's wife faced. A poignant factor in this book is Nix's underlying theme of how a woman of God can keep her life in balance. Nix covers topics such as the importance of godly friendships, knowing God as your "daddy," and when life seems unfair. A very light bulb defining checklist is provided for practical use of living in balance. As a pastor's wife myself, I was deeply touched with Diane Nix's honesty on trials and hardships faced being a minister's wife. Many of the difficulties and hardships covered in Nix's book are not isolated to Nix alone. Ministry wives must face these very same trials every day. I find it comforting to dwell in the honesty on her pages. If I could easily sum it up for you, I would simply say that When God's Woman Wants to Give Up! should be a required handbook and guide for all ministry wives! Read it and be inspired to face your trials head on with God not only by your side but leading you to the blessing on the other side.
How often I have wanted to give up, How could I ever survive this trial? In this book Diane has shown me that I am not alone in feeling this way. She beautifully lays a journey "a Spiritual walk" from Ashes to Beauty. A wonderful God who loves and Cares for each and every one of us! Thank you Diane Nix! well done!