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Hills and Valleys a Journey Through Healing After an Affair

by Anna Huerta
Publisher: WestBow Press
Release Date: 2021-05-10
Genre: Religion
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
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Synopsis : Hills and Valleys a Journey Through Healing After an Affair written by Anna Huerta, published by WestBow Press which was released on 2021-05-10. Download Hills and Valleys a Journey Through Healing After an Affair Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. As Outlined by Psalm 34 Anna Huerta. HILLS AND VALLEYS A JOURNEY THROUGH HEALING AFTER AN AFFAIR As Outlined by Psalm 34 ANNA HUERTA WESTBOW PRESS " Front Cover. -- After experiencing the betrayal of an extramarital emotional or physical affair, or the agony of a husband battling pornography, the journey to healing can be overwhelming and daunting. Some days may feel light and easy, while others may seem shrouded in a deep mist of confusion, sorrow, and anger. Hills and Valleys: A Journey through Healing after an Affair, a Bible study created by author Anna Huerta, is designed to teach you to walk the long, dusty road to healing with Jesus by your side and peace in your heart. It is a carefully constructed road map, inspired by the Psalmist, which takes the lonely and broken-hearted by the hand and walks you, one step at a time, through the scriptures to freedom and healing. It doesn’t matter if you have only just learned of your husband’s indiscretion or if you have been battling bitterness for years, Hills and Valleys: A Journey through Healing after an Affair, guides you to a grace-filled redemption as you learn to cry out to Jesus and seek his power to be transformed from the inside out.

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