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Over It: Letting God Get You Past Life's Hurts

Over It: Letting God Get You Past Life's Hurts


Over It: Letting God Get You Past Life's Hurts

Length:
2 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Jul 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781608148769
Format:
Audiobook

Description

It's time to put your past in its place.

The past is part of your story. Whether it’s good or bad, the past shapes you into who you are. But it’s easy to get hung up on things that happened yesterday, or last week, or last year. And when you can’t get over the past, you can’t move on to the future.

Over It shows you how to pick yourself up, move on, and let God deal with it. With a potent combination of empathy, honesty, scripture, and wit, Over It will lead you through true recovery. If you’ve ever been the butt of a joke, the subject of a nasty rumor, or the one who took the blame, you need to get over it. If you’ve been lied to, dismissed, or betrayed, you need to get over it.

With God’s help, you don’t have to let guilt, bitterness, resentment, or fear rule your life.

©2011 Hayley DiMarco, Michael DiMarco (P)2011 Oasis

Publisher:
Released:
Jul 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781608148769
Format:
Audiobook

About the author

Hayley DiMarco, author of the A Woman Overwhelmed Bible study and trade book, is the best-selling author of more than forty books, including multiple books in the God Girl line, The Fruitful Wife, Obsessed, Die Young, and Own It. As the founder of Hungry Planet, a company intensely focused on feeding the world's appetite for truth, Hayley speaks regularly for women’s groups and events, including groups such as Women of Faith, dotMOM, Precept National Women’s Convention, and MOPS International. She and her pastor husband, Michael, live outside Nashville with their daughter and four dogs. Visit her online at HayleyDiMarco.com.


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