Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Fully Alive by Susie Larson December 26, 2018

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:48 pm
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About:

In this eye-opening book, Susie Larson shows how intertwined our emotional, spiritual, and physical health are. Spiritual difficulties can have physical consequences, and physical illnesses can have emotional and even spiritual ramifications. So in order for true healing to occur, it must happen holistically–mind, body, and spirit.

Providing a fresh vision of what a flourishing life is, Susie shares practical, biblical ways to
· replace defeating thoughts with redemptive ones
· overcome stress and embrace God’s peace
· deal with the “I can’ts” embedded in our souls
· trade unhealthy habits for new life-giving practices

We cannot keep ignoring the mental and/or emotional symptoms that are trying to get our attention. Fully Alive is an uplifting guide for anyone who longs to know the health, freedom, and wholeness that Jesus wants for us.

My thoughts:

I’m not sure where to begin with this book. It’s much more than a book. It’s a place to take an honest look at yourself and lies you have believed for years and unearth them and allow Jesus to heal them.

If you actually take the time to do what this book suggests I can’t see how your life won’t be changed.

Through this book I unearthed a lie I never knew I believed but I knew I dealt with the consequences of the lie. A simple memory that I finally looked at and saw Jesus there. It was amazing to see where this lie came from and how Jesus was there trying to speak truth to me but I couldn’t hear Him over all the noise in my head, I wasn’t a believer at the time, but Jesus was still there.

If you know there are things you need to deal with in your life but you aren’t sure what it is or what to do, I highly recommend this book. Take your time and allow the steps and God’s truth to heal you.

Visit Susie here.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through Netgalley.com. All opinions are my own. 

 

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