Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Christians with Pervasive Issues

Book: Christians with Pervasive Issues 

Author: Annie Brown

Genre: Christian Non-Fiction

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Even as a faithful Christian, there may be times when you feel that there is no hope 

of escaping issues and themes in your life that ensnare and trip you up time and time 

again. When a certain pattern of behavior or type of suffering has been following you all 

your life, it’s hard to believe that you can ever escape from it. Christians with Pervasive 

Issues shows us that every child of God can be delivered from issues that cause them 

to be a victim, rather than walking in victory. In compassionate, no-nonsense language, 

Annie Brown demonstrates that with genuine repentance, using God’s principles, and 

the right counseling/support, you can overcome anything. Christians with Pervasive 

Issues gives you the ray of hope you need in order to heal your life, and get closer to 


Annie Brown is the mother of four adult children, five grandchildren, and one great 

grandchild. She is a licensed minister and social worker. As a social worker, Annie 

works the terminally ill, providing emotional support at the most critical time in an 

individual's life. It is Annie's desire that Christians work through their pervasive issues 

before the end of life, so that the transition between death and eternity can be smooth, 

and not cluttered with unresolved conflicts.

Book Excerpt

WHAT IS NEEDED is that the people of God “must” clean out their secret 

compartments and confess that they need the Lord to deliver them. Confession is made 

unto salvation (deliverance). If we confess our faults, the Lord is faithful in forgiving us. 

You may ask, “Why do I have to confess if I was not responsible for what happened to 

The issue then becomes whether you have forgiven the person that caused me 

this harm. If there is no forgiveness, then you become a victim twice: a victim of 

circumstance, and a victim of bondage. This can be in some ways more dangerous 

than cancer. This will always be eating away at you. With cancer, at least you know 

what is going on in your body. Being a victim of circumstance and having an unforgiving 

heart bring torment. This torment becomes a part of you in such a way that it eats through 

your mind, destroys your inner peace, and puts your soul in jeopardy because it becomes

a heart matter of sin

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1 comment:

Jackie McNutt said...

This book sounds like it will be a good read to help Christians examine their relationship to God. self examination should always be a part of Christian life. it will be
on my reading list. Thank you.