Have you ever thought the road to success was hard and even beyond your farthest reach?
Let's talk about Sherry, a busy mom, who works and raises her five kids. She lives in Denver. Her husband, George, travels and is gone two to three nights a week. So Sherry has all the "soccer-mom" stuff to do, even though she has a job. Sherry and George like the money they earn. They're hoping to buy a new car. But something is missing.
Sherry has gone to Bible study for years, yet answers to prayer seem few and far between. Then she read "OK, GOD, Now What?"
Sherry started to experience a shift in her thinking about life and especially about God. She was delighted, especially in Chapter 1, "Understanding the Need for New Attitudes."
Sherry had been burying her anger, which left her a victim. Once she recognized this, she had the freedom to transition to acceptance and loving God. Of course, He was ready to hear her requests.
Sherry became more loving when her husband came home, and had more wisdom concerning the kids.
Where does this lead? I discovered that over time your subconscious will take the Scriptures as your authority, and not just your desires.
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