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God is Not Mad at You

Find Real Love, Acceptance and Guilt Free Living [Paperback]

by Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer reassures your sense of self worth and welcomes you to the unconditional love of God's all forgiving fatherhood

    • Author

      Joyce Meyer

    • Book Format

      Paperback

    • Publisher

      John Murray Press

    • Published

      September 2014

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      God is Not Mad You is the promise made to you with all Joyce Meyer’s real life experience and Bible based wisdom.

      You can experience the relief and peace of mind shared by thousands who have listened to Joyce Meyer’s worldwide lecture tours and bestselling guides and find a restored relationship with God, others and yourself.

      Joyce Meyer explores where the false concept of an angry vengeful God came from and shows her understanding of the pain and fear of rejection many feel from time to time. She reassures your sense of self worth and welcomes you to the unconditional love of God.

      Facing up to the fact that religious teaching, with its largely man-made rules and regulations, is often the source this false picture of an overbearing God, Joyce provides a correct interpretation of the true nature of God’s loving and all forgiving fatherhood.

      This reliable teacher and counsellor gets back to basics: “God loved the world so much that He gave His son to rescue mankind”. She shows that this is not the action of some stern judge who is ready to punish the slightest error. The opposite is true. This is a God who is never mad at you... ever.

      Helping you become less mad at yourself, Joyce helps you overcome your own barriers to receiving God’s love. With this book you’ll learn the true and genuine character of God and better understand his love, acceptance and complete forgiveness on an entirely new level.

      “God is Not Mad at You”, says Joyce Meyer in her book written to remind you that you have a personal relationship with God - and that is NOT about a set of rules, regulations and obligations. “If there's one thing people need to hear over and over again,” says Joyce, “it's this: God loves you. That's all there is to it. He may not like everything you do, but He's never going to stop loving you."

      Just these simple words; 'God's not mad at you' will fill you with a sense of real gratitude and relief that you’ll notice and will change your life.

      In her book of the same title, Joyce Meyer unpacks the lies you’ve been told about God’s anger and asks; 'Where does this concept of God come from?' It might be from an angry parent who was difficult to please. Or from the pain of rejection by parents, teachers, leaders and friends who didn't know how to give you unconditional love.

      Sadly, your wrong ideas about God might even have come from religious rules and regulations that implied you’d be unacceptable to God if you didn't follow them. But the truth, Joyce shows, is that God loved the world so much that He gave His son to rescue mankind – not to punish you for the slightest misplaced step or dropped stitch.

      In ‘God Is Not Mad At You’, Joyce untangles the confusion that you and most Christians experience. “I believe,” insists Joyce Meyer, “the greatest thing God wants to hear from us is, "I love You, Lord. Thank You for everything You've done in my life. I want to do what's right. Keep teaching me." But the truth is that many of us don't pray and ask God for what we need because we don't think we have a right to ask. With the Bible to support her case for your relationship with God, Joyce proves that God wants us to learn how to receive His mercy.

      Chapter titles include:
      Is God Angry
      Performance Mentality
      Perfectionism and Approval
      The Anxiety and Anger of the Perfectionistther Issues
      The Pain of Rejection
      Learning to See Clearly
      Guilt and Shame
      Religion
      Sad Mad or Glad
      Be the Person God Meant You to Be
      Developing Your Potential
      Mercy Can Never Be Earned
      Amazing Grace
      Run to God, Not from Him
      What Shall We Do About Sin
      Getting Comfortable with God
      Spiritual Growth

      Chapter titles include:

      Perfectionism and Approval
      The Pain of Rejection Guilt and Shame Developing Your Potential
      Run To God, Not From Him
      Getting Comfortable with God

      When Joyce Meyer posted 'God's not mad at you' on Facebook a few months ago, she didn't realise that those five words would trigger thousands of posts of gratitude and relief. She had obviously hit a nerve. 'Where does this concept of God come from?' she asks in the introduction. 'Perhaps from an angry parent who was difficult to please. Or the pain of rejection from parents or friends who didn't know how to give unconditional love. Perhaps it came from the church! From religious teaching that offered us rules and regulations to follow and implied that we'd be unacceptable to God if we didn't follow them.' It's a paradox that isn't often discussed by Christian teachers: God loved the world so much that He gave His son to rescue mankind. Yet we tend to think of Him as a stern judge who is ready to punish us at the slightest misstep. In God Is Not Mad At You, Joyce examines the sources of this mixed message and untangles the confusion that most Christians experience.
      Chapter titles include: Perfectionism and Approval The Pain of Rejection Guilt and Shame Developing Your Potential Run To God, Not From Him Getting Comfortable with God Joyce's latest book addresses a need that isn't often discussed within the Christian community: the need to see God as the loving parent that He is, not a petty tyrant who is ready to pounce at the first opportunity. It will help to clarify for readers one of the greatest misconceptions within the church and free them to experience His love on an entirely new level.

      Specification

      • Author

        Joyce Meyer

      • Book Format

        Paperback

      • Publisher

        John Murray Press

      • Published

        September 2014

      • Weight

        178g

      • Page Count

        256

      • Dimensions

        143 x 198 x 17 mm

      • ISBN

        9781444749984

      • ISBN-10

        1444749986

      • Eden Code

        4078143

      More Information

      • Author/Creator: Joyce Meyer

      • ISBN: 9781444749984

      • Publisher: John Murray Press

      • Release Date: September 2014

      • Weight: 178g

      • Dimensions: 143 x 198 x 17 mm

      • Eden Code: 4078143


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