Spiritual Abuse (Hope For The Heart Series)
Have you become sidetracked in your thinking? Has your attention been so centered on what spiritual leaders or the church will think of you and expect from you that you've lost focus on what God thinks? Perhaps you've unintentionally...
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Have you become sidetracked in your thinking? Has your attention been so centered on what spiritual leaders or the church will think of you and expect from you that you've lost focus on what God thinks?
Perhaps you've unintentionally confused pulpit persuasions with direction from God's Word.
Do you know how to...?
- Recognize warning signs of spiritual abuse
- Distinguish between law and grace
- Biblically answer legalistic arguments
- Move from spiritual death to spiritual life
Find out how to recognize when others attempt to gain control by twisting the truth and manipulating Scripture. You can move from legalism to grace, from pleasing man to acknowledging your accountability to God, through prayer and personal study of His Word.
Spiritual abuse whether through twisting scripture or threatening behavior inflicts emotional pain and blocks spiritual growth. It is one of the most common forms of abuse in the church today and often goes undetected, masking itself as "truth from a man of God." In this book, find out how to recognize the signs of spiritual abuse and how to know when others are using the Word of God to manipulate you (and others).
June Hunt is a biblical counselllor and the founder of the award-winning Hope for the Heart radio program, heard on more than 900 radio outlets worldwide. For decades, June has counselled people, offering them Bible-based hope and practical help for today's problems - emotional, relational, and spiritual. She is the author of numerous popular resources for people seeking help, including over thirty topical Hope For The Heart books, as well as the 31-day devotional Seeing Yourself Through God's Eyes, which is often used in counselling offices, churches and small group Bible studies.