Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Back: Persevering Through Pressure by Charles R. SwindollI started this book at a difficult point in my life. My mother is fighting dementia and losing. My son was having challenges in school, and I felt my dream of being a writer put on the shelf again. I put myself last in order to put a strong face on and take care of everyone else. This book helped me through that tough time. I am Christian; I know life is not easy, and yet, I was struggling for guidance. This book gave me that guidance, and I might add peace, as I remembered that God was asking me to stay strong as he was refining me into gold. I found courage, strength and most of all love, as I have grown closer to my family and stronger in my faith. There are so many gems in this book. Its not for the faint of heart, as it does give you a good dose of strong reality. But given a chance, it will help you through those moments, those challenges that seem to pop up when we least expect it.
Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Back
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Jun 01, ISBN This book will help you to conquer unhealthful stress, find genuine comfort in times of loss, and develop self-control over temptation. Through perseverance, you will build inner strength and beauty. Charles R. Swindoll, former host of the nationally syndicated radio program Insight for Living , shows you how to start a new move forward today for a better life tomorrow. Formerly a pastor to congregations in Texas, Massachusetts, and California, he is currently the founder and senior pastor-teacher of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas….
My entire life I've heard the phrase “Three steps forward, two steps back.” This phrase is rarely used as a declaration of achievement. Most of the time that I have .
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