Enfolded in God’s Arms
40 Reflections to Embrace Your Inner Healing
Published by Spiritual Formation House
ISBN Paperback: 978-1-938042-02-7
ISBN Kindle: 978-1-938042-03-4
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The 40 reflections in this book offer up personal stories of wounds that cry out for healing. Each story illuminates the love of Jesus in everyday life. You will find tender scriptures, healing prayers, positive questions, and silent moments with God.
Lisa Aré Wulf gently guides her readers on a journey to a sacred place in the heart where they can embrace inner healing from a lifetime of emotional and spiritual wounds. She guides the reader by the hand into the healing embrace of God.
The book is divided into seasons of a time to heal, a time to change, a time with Jesus, and a time to grow. Every season offers a new perspective of inner healing for the soul.
The author has a unique gift for opening hearts to receive the healing love of God. This new book, Enfolded in God’s Arms, will be followed by more devotionals like it in a series call Silent Moments with God. Her first book, On A Quest for Christ, was a finalist in the “Religion: Christian Inspirational” category of the 2014 USA Best Book Awards.
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In the midst of every trial, there are still flowers, songs, and poems waiting to be enjoyed.
God is able to look past our smudges and smears to see souls bathed in beauty.
Often what brings us closest to God is not the easy path, but the difficult one.
It’s a mistake to think we can’t do something wonderful tomorrow, just because we aren’t ready today.
If you need a new outlook on life, try opening a window. Watch the sunbeams shine through. Allow a gentle breeze to part the curtains and caress your face. Could the Holy Spirit be speaking to you?
How often do we obsess over our own issues and fail to notice the similar struggles of someone else? If we focus instead on reflecting Christ to others, real healing begins – for all of us.
As each of us travels our sometimes smooth and sometimes rock path, Jesus is our constant companion – a friend who never wavers, who always guides and encourages us.