., .qwe have this treasure in earthen vessels...q (II Corinthians 4: 7a). Are you aware that you are a creation made for two worlds? God's design for mankind is to equip him for both a temporary life on planet earth and an eternal existence in heaven. The journey presents difficult challenges. Until we make it safely home, we must promote a close relationship with the eternal so He can guide us successfully through the temporal. Heaven Help Me I'm Human was written with the intent of furnishing greater understanding of this earthly house until we reach our eternal home. We only have one chance to get it right. There will be battles. But remember that a champion is not completely proven worthy until he has been tested in the heat of battle. Steel is not as strong as it can be until it is tempered in the fire. Life provides the battlefield. Victory is won as we struggle but survive! The only battles we lose are the ones we're unwilling or afraid to fight. Dr. Craig A. Dahler writes having completed nearly three decades of ministerial experience as a loyal husband, loving father, trained educator, faithful pastor, compassionate counselor, and trusted friend. Being a survivor himself, having emerged from the rubble of a dysfunctional family, he understands the fortitude needed to endure the harsh realities of life's struggles. His inner resolve to assist others is clearly communicated not only through the passion of his voice but via the power of his pen. Dr. Dahler is an ordained minister and currently active as a Senior Pastor and college professor. He earned his B.R.E. from God's Bible School a College. In addition, he has earned both a Master of Arts in Ministry and Doctor of Ministrydegree from Carolina University of Theology.of some help? This will be done using an acrostic: H. E. L. P. Leta#39;s approach the subject of anger with wisdom and clarity. ... This makes no more sense than believing that unplugging the check engine light will make the mechanical problem goanbsp;...
|Title||:||Heaven Help Me, I'm Human|
|Author||:||Craig A. Dahler|
|Publisher||:||Xulon Press - 2007-03-01|