We all experience loss and tragedy in our lives. We can be wounded emotionally and physically. Sometimes, the wounds never heal. For some of us, the scars will remain forever, serving as a constant reminder of our hardship. We must learn to cope and get back on our feet. Learning how others have dealt with severe injury and handicaps can help guide us to recovery and provide reassurance that we are not alone. But, we are never really alone. God is always by our side.
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Aunque parezca paradójico, éste, en rigor, no es un libro sobre Nietzsche. Es un libro sobre los hombres y las mujeres contemporáneos, y sobre la profunda crisis que nos afecta; Si Nietzsche aparece en él como protagonista es solo en tanto pienso que nadie mejor que él ha abordado esta crisis en toda su profundidad y ha señalado el camino para…
My Wounds Have Made Me Well tells the story of Ruth Morgan Reynolds quest to pull her life back together after a 5-ton work truck slammed into her vehicle head-on while she drove home from work one day. Her plans for her life were derailed, her mobility became limited, and she felt lost and adrift. In despair and anguish, she began to read the Bible from a new perspective, that of the afflicted in the stories and parables of Jesus. She realized God had given her a great gift- the ability to see beyond herself, and how He intervenes to widen our perspectives and to refocus us on our true calling in life: to serve and have faith in Him. God challenges us to learn and grow from our experiences.
Abounding with references to the Word of God, My Wounds Have Made Me Well offers a story of strength, perseverance, hope, faith, and discovery.