Never Give Up Paperback
Relentless Determination to Overcome Life's Challenges
by Joyce Meyer;
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Never Give Up
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Realize that your hunger for adventure is God-given; wanting to try something new is a wonderful desire; embracing life and aiming high is what you were made for. ' Never Give Up is classic Joyce Meyer: empowering, motivational, understanding and human.
Drawing on the examples of other people who never gave up, Joyce writes on: Never Give Up On Yourself, Never Give Up On The Future, Never Give Up When Success Does Not Come Easily, Never Give Up Hope and The Rewards Of Never Giving Up.
Never Give Up by Joyce Meyer was published by Hodder & Stoughton in October 2010 and is our 14510th best seller. The ISBN for Never Give Up is 9780340964682.
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Drawing on the examples of other people who never gave up, Joyce writes on
Never Give Up On Yourself
Never Give Up On the Future
Never Give Up When Success Does Not Come Easily
Never Give Up Hope
The Rewards of Never Giving Up Publisher
Joyce Meyer writes from the heart, with deep conviction that God has directed her to minister to those needing help and support. Her many books address various aspects of need. This is no exception and she draws attention to those titles of particular relevance. Written with an American readership in mind, the practical advice she gives is universally worthwhile. The Bible passages she quotes, with additional words added to help those unfamiliar with Bible language, are always pertinent, and many will find her words of great comfort and assurance.
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Details for Never Give Up
|Page last updated||10th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Joyce Meyer|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||272|