Some people believe that giving themselves to God is a life of blessings and euphoria. In truth, the people of God will experience a wealth of emotions—and sometimes guilt will accompany those feelings. The challenge is in how we deal with those emotions.
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In Lamentations of a Child, author Joyce Wyche helps readers discover they are subject to all emotions, as were the prophets of old. Her writings explore the importance of navigating through your emotions and finding the inspiration to come out on the other side with a new, or renewed, sense of strength.
Lamentations of a Child reminds us that the adversary should never be allowed to make one feel guilty or inadequate. Although the adversary may believe he has control over us, he is wrong. After all, we are created in God’s image. We are more than conquerors; we have ultimate victory in Christ.