The Cure For a Troubled Heart
It is during the most painful times in our lives that we most desperately need a cure for the troubled heart. Sometimes we lean on friends for support; at other times we may bury ourselves in activity to try to...
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It is during the most painful times in our lives that we most desperately need a cure for the troubled heart. Sometimes we lean on friends for support; at other times we may bury ourselves in activity to try to bury the pain. Such cures offer only a temporary fix. But as Psalm 37 reminds us, the Lord can actually cure a troubled heart. Through a series of brief, tender meditations inspired by Psalm 37, best-selling author Ron Mehl offers solace to those experiencing times of trouble. When a person delights in the Lord, they will know his tender, healing touch. For, as the Psalmist reminds us: just as sure as the sun rises in the morning and the Lord gives us another day to live, he'll be working to bring about the healing needed in our troubled hearts. Men and women of all ages, and from all walks of life, will be deeply comforted and encouraged by The Cure for the Troubled Heart.
We all go through painful times. Sometimes it seems the hurt will never go away. This reassuring book reminds you, with meditations from Psalm 37, that God not only comforts a wounded heart, he can also cure it. These warm and tender meditations eloquently show that, as certain as the sun rises in the morning, God heals our brokenness.
Based on verses from Psalm 37, this book contains reflective, poignant meditations that reveal God's deep love and care for us. They encourage readers to respond to who God is ... and delight in His response.
Ron Mehl, the beloved pastor of a large congregation in Beaverton, Oregon, battled leukemia for more than twenty years until his death in May 2003. His books include the Gold Medallion winners God Works the Night Shift and Just in Case I Can't Be There. His latest, Right with God, was the 2003 National Day of Prayer theme book. Ron and his wife, Joyce, have two married sons.