One's feelings about loving God and mankind might ultimately translate to success. Equally, being a good steward of one's time and talents might translate to success. One person's sustenance and maintenance of enthusiasm might surmount this world's economic turbulence, greed and selfishness. It is therefore important to think about how one might snack on love and ultimately enjoy a copious meal of success.
If one's mental processes control virtually every transaction and activity in one's life, then Proverbs 23:7, "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he" becomes relevant. Conclusively, purging and developing the transformational mental processes could result into Dr. McGraw's "authentic self." Such authentic self seems to be the ultimate expression of love from God to one's self.
"The Wolgemuth's story is both tragedy and blessing, suffering and commitment, mercy and grace," summarizes Ann Showalter, Author, Touched by Grace: From Secrecy to New Life, in the Foreword. "Carl and Marilyn became wonderful friends for Jackie and me during my first solo pastorate. When I learned of Carl's temptation in the context of a men's prayer group, it became a matter of caring conversation and prayer for our group. The struggle and defeat he endured, and restoration from sin to covenant with God and Marilyn, is detailed in this book. Read it with care and prayer for them-and for others in similar turmoil," encourages John Poling, Interim Pastor, Round Rock (Tex.) Presbyterian Church, after serving multiple congregations nationwide."The Wolgemuths have shared their sorrow, anguish, disillusionment, and pain with candor and unflinching honesty with the hope that their story will benefit others. Giving credit to God's grace, Marilyn and Carl have persevered under extremely difficult circumstances," notes Gerry Epp, Academy of Certified Social Workers
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