Many of us keep wandering down a well-worn path due to our unhealed pain. Meet the lamb on the cover, Sammy Lamby, who was rejected and adopted into a family that restored what had been lost. The author Suzanne Simpson shares personal testimonies of those that have overcome past hurts and resentments from marital discord, health challenges, abortion, and sexual traumas from childhood. By experiencing the healing power of Christ, you can connect to the Good Shepherd that releases emotions from past losses. You can explore your inner self by examining soul-searching questions that will help you transform from the inside out.
With Biblical depth, vulnerability, and discovery of God’s love, Suzanne helps readers:
• Glean insight from personal testimonies emotional healing testimonies.
• Learn how to take personal responsibility to overcome relationship challenges, losses, addiction, and unhealed child abuse.
• Commit to discovering what block are in your way from receiving the Father’s love and believing in your identity.
Suzanne Simpson, owner of Renewed Life Counseling is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Life Coach, Nutritionist and Author. She carries a passion for emotionally liberating those from painful pasts to experience the healing for mind, body, and spirit. She encourages people to live a more victorious Christian life, fully connected to God. Though her intuitive insight she has counseled thousands for over 30 years make significant life changes. Suzanne is passionate about helping people heal and move into wholeness through her expertise in various Christ-centered healing methods. In addition, she has written a book titled Lost & Restored: The Father’s Heart that Heals Hearts, a workbook titled Winning the Inner Game: Moving from Defeat to Victory God’s Way, and an Ebook titled Eight Strategies to Stop Self-Sabotage.
Many of us may demand too much from a relationship hoping someone will fill that inner vacuum within us. Demanding too much from others can backfire leaving us empty and angry at others for not giving us what we want. Trying to meet childhood wounds is detrimental for the relationship to thrive.
Lost & Restored: The Father's Love That Heals Hearts
Unfortunately, we all carry into adulthood old internal wounds that cause us to make unhealthy connections that do nothing to meet our longing for love. We throw a tantrum trying to force that person to be what we need them to be, only to find that such behavior brings the end of the relationship.