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Sometimes, Life Sucks! : Find Hope and Assurance in a World of Turmoil, Volume 126 pages: Find Hope and Assurance in a World of Turmoil

By Williams, P. D.

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Title: Sometimes, Life Sucks! : Find Hope and Assurance in a World of Turmoil, Volume 126 pages: Find Hope and Assurance in a World of Turmoil  
Author: Williams, P. D.
Volume: Volume 126 pages
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Authors Community, Religion
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Publisher: One Mediator
Member Page: Paul Williams


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Sometimes, Life Sucks! is a book that starts by telling my own story of how I was raised in a loving Christian family but I hated religion and most church meetings. Then at age 23 I saw things differently and became a committed Christian. The book examines two issues - sex before marriage and alcohol, that were taboo for Christians and why it made me see initially see religion as boring rules dominated lifestyle. Then the book discusses the meaning of life and outlines the reasons for the Christian faith what it means to be a genuine follower of Jesus Christ.

Now and then we all think that sometimes, life sucks! In our high stress world ‘free time’ for your mind is hard to find. If it’s not work, family hassles, social issues, overdue bills, or relationships, something is always on your mind. Unfortunately, it’s not always joyful and pleasant. You may be stressed out by past issues, present issues and potential issues. But there's a ‘secret’ to finding real peace and meaning in life even during turmoil. This book reveals how but the ‘solution’ may rattle your worldview! You are the product of your own decisions, but other people’s influences also impact you. Unfortunately, you often have no control over them. Imagine how different your life would be if you had made better decisions. Or, if that 'particular' person or experience had never entered your life. In the first chapters we’ll examine issues that make you think that sometimes, life sucks. Topics include - My Story, sex, alcohol use, self fulfilment, materialism, religion, creation and naturalism, justice, law, evil and a whole lot more! The last four chapters explain the only way possible to have lasting peace and fulfilment. Be free from the ever present ‘disease’ that infects all of humanity. Keep reading for a complete life transformation!

Circumstances dictate whether money, careers, sex, love, friends etc, are a source of pain or joy. One man may rejoice at his new found fortune, while another weeps as his disappears. A young lady delights in finding the man of her dreams. But another weeps bitterly as her man leaves for better company. A family rejoices at the birth of a child while another grieves the passing of a loved one. Some things are a source of great joy but may end up tearing you apart. Yes – Sometimes, Life Sucks!

Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Unleashed 2. Living the Dream 3. Faith or Faith? 4. Your Condition 5. The Provision 6. Your Response 7. A New Beginning


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