Has tragedy, regret, or betrayal carved out your insides, leaving your heart hollow? Has sorrow reduced your reservoir of tears to a salty residue of evaporated anguish? Do you wonder if your groans are whisked away in the wind before reaching heaven? Has your frustration with your Father led you to imagine yourself shaking your fist in His face for abandoning you in this asylum?
To your disbelief, you’re thinking forbidden thoughts and starting to savor them. Sometimes the only way out of these episodes of sorrow, shock, shame, indignation, depression, denial, and other colorful moods, is to Yell at God and … Live!
WARNING: This book contains irreverent outbursts, religiously incorrect language, and has been found detrimental to the longevity of sacred cows. Side effects of ingesting its insights may include self-evident deprogramming, emotional liberation, and spiritual renewal.
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Too Much to Handle
Yell at God and Live
Pages: 64, paperback
Dimensions: 5.25 x 7.5 x .375 inches