13 December 2011

Book Review: Healing is a Choice by Stephen Arterburn

Healing is a Choice is about healing the hurts of our past and present thereby leading us into our futures stronger and better able to deal with the hurts that are inevitable. Ten choices are given to aid us on the path of healing as well as ten lies that are obstacles to our happiness. The workbook section gives questions for us to ponder that are also suitable for small group discussions.

I think that this is a very helpful book. I do not blindly accept guidance from anyone. I question everything and this book offered me plenty of opportunities for questioning. It challenged me to step out of my comfort zone, which hurt can become when it has been a part of your life for so long. I argue an issue until I see a valid reason to accept the suggestions given. Mr. Arterburn gave me plenty to consider, such as moving forward involves risks. He lays down the challenge to risk hurt to find healing. His reasoning is sound and backed up by scripture. I would recommend this book to anyone struggling to let go of the past and hoping for a brighter future.

BookSneeze (http://BookSneeze®.com) has provided me with a complimentary copy of Healing is a Choice in exchange for a review. However, all reviews written by me are my honest opinion, regardless of compensation.

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