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About the Book
With an abundant amount of books available providing important details on statistical data, recognizing the signs of suicide, psychological books of study, and books instructing individuals in learning how to pick up the pieces after a love one commits suicide, one might discharge Destined To Live, Despite Me as just another biography or self help book. Well hold on, not so fast…
What makes it different? What sets Destined To Live, Despite Me apart?
It’s Focus on providing “Spiritual” Direction
Destined To Live, Despite Me speaks on the topic of suicide directly to the actual suicide attempter in terms of spiritual direction, after they have sought counseling. Its coffee table tone also invites anyone who need direction in living a meaningful and purposeful life built on biblical truth.
While Destined to Live, Despite Me steers clear of giving medical or psychological guidance (The author understands and supports the need of individuals obtaining necessary medical counseling first), it doesn’t apologize for its direct approach in providing spiritual guidance for the rebuilding of one’s life on the fundamentals of our faith in God, and salvation through His Son, Jesus Christ.
It’s Exhaustive Detail
Choosing to deliberately live life to its fullest; in peace and freedom, yet not absent from the storms of life, which are certain to come, but “through” the torrent conditions during this journey requires something other than “a name and claim it attitude” or “a wishful thinking mindset.” It demands faith in our Creator to perform the work that He has begun in us.
It’s Ethical & Motivating Conversational Style
This book takes the authors previous internal state of feelings to achieve an atmosphere, which incites thought with regards to matters of eternal salvation. This book encourages readers to perform their own self-evaluation and keeps readers attention.
Excerpts from the Book
Links and Resources
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The Truth about Suicide
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