There's no doubting that life can be tough and sometimes, even seems downright unfair. But Dr. Robert H. Schuller, the world's premier positive thinker, has great news. Even when life is toughest, even when you're battling more than your share of disappointments, you can rise above adversity and find new hope and true happiness in your life. In his most uplifting and important book to date Dr. Schuller shows you how to keep your faith in good times and bad. You'll discover:
How to turn disappointments into stepping-stones to success
Five self-esteem boosters that can give you the confidence to turn
your dreams into reality
Six easy steps for unlocking the tremendous healing power of prayer
The nine commandments of thankful thinking to restore your positive
outlook on life
How to keep your goal in sight, even when obstacles get in the
way...and much more!
Life may not always be fair, or easy, but you can triumph over any obstacle that comes your way if you remember these simple but powerful life-affirming words : God is Good.
"Even when life is toughest...even when you're battling more than your fair share of disappointments...even when life's cruelest injustices make you cry out, "THAT'S JUST NOT FAIR!"...you can have hope, because God is good!
By following the positive, step-by-step guidelines for faithful living offered in this book, you will discover...
*How God can help you completely change your attitude toward disappointment...so you can overcome any setback.
*How God can keep you focused on your goals, despite every injustice in your path.
*6 easy steps you can take to unlock the tremendous healing power of "positive prayer"
*10 "commandments for thankful thinking" you can use to rekindle yourself and gain a fresh new outlook toward the "unfair" happenings in your life.
By sharing intensely personal stories from his own life, as well as stories from the lives of Dave Dravecky, Rosa Parks, and many others, Robert Schuller vividly illustrates how faith in God can help you overcome the cruelest of life's injustices."