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Resurrection Year

Resurrection Year
Turning broken dreams into new beginnings
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ISBN/EAN: 9780849964800
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Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Author: Voysey Sheridan
Format: Pbk
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Dreams are a precious gift of our imagination. They create worlds that arent real and beckon toward them. But our best dreams reflect our personalities. Thats why the disappointment of unfulfilled dreams leads us into dissatisfaction with ourselves, with who we are; a dissatisfaction which, if left unattended to, will destroy in the pain and bitterness of regret. But there is an alternative if you make your broken dreams your right to embark on a new journey to a future you couldnt have imagined before. It might be that you longed to be married but are still single, that your artistic skill has not been recognised, that a whirlwind romance has ended in heartbreak. There is a sadness that seems unfair, we feel life is meaningless and harbour anger toward the God who, apparently, has denied our requests. For Sheridan and his wife, Merryn, their dream remained unfulfilled after ten years of expectation and disappointment. This exciting, fun, sometimes humorous, often tough account of a year spent starting again shows that you might find hope after your own broken dream too. Sheridan Voysey shows you that there is life after the dream has died; because the God of the crucifixion is also the God of the resurrection. A greater tragedy than a broken dream is a life defined by it. This book is your first step taken in the sure anticipation of your own resurrection.
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