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Are you tired of life as usual?
Done with feeling exhausted, or worse, bored? Ready to trade your issues and hang-ups for greater intimacy and fulfillment? Then it’s time you did some digging for biblical “bling” and discovered the shining secrets to life in God’s kingdom. Rachel’s writing is lighthearted and even fun, but she’s serious about helping you uncover biblical secrets that can make your life shine. This book will help you:

• Overcome the comparisons and competitive urges that leave you lonely
• Accept help from others
• Discover God’s surprising source of spiritual beauty and strength.
• Embrace your need for rest.
• Handle conflict and criticism with grace
• Find adventure as you yield whole-heartedly to God
• Dig into the Bible for yourself, and understand what you find there

Grab your Bible, your girlfriend, and come discover 12 secrets the world doesn’t know.
 

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ISBN: 9781434702593
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