Cancelled: "Calling Off the Hit That You've Placed on Your Own Life"


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ABOUT THE BOOKLife's challenges can leave your heart damaged and bury you in despair. If these issues are not addressed, anger, bitterness, guilt, and unforgiveness will overtake you and poison your soul. If you are battling unhealthy emotions, this is the book for you.Cancelled is a Christian perspective on how to put an end to suicide and other forms of self-destruction. In this powerful book, Elisha Smith shares all the ways the mind and spirit comes under attack. She shows us how to take charge of our thoughts and confront our inner critic. She explains that although others may sometimes be responsible for some issues, the source of the problem is often found when we "look within ourselves." The author understands that confronting these dark thoughts can be painful and leave you feeling worthless, but she encourages you to not give in to the idea that you are insignificant.After reading Cancelled, you should know without a doubt that God is not afraid of the dark, and no matter how cloudy your day may be, it's never absent of the Son! "To give light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, and to guide us to the path of peace." -- Luke 1:79 NLT

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692910504
Publisher: Worth Writing Publishing Company
Publication date: 07/04/2017
Pages: 154
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Elisha Smith is a devout ambassador for Christ, actively engaged in promoting human welfare and purposeful living. She's a woman of insight and influence who believes wholeheartedly in the power of love and compassion.

A native of Arkansas who currently resides in Atlanta, GA., Elisha has devoted her life to servanthood. She spent 19 years faithfully serving at St. Luke Baptist Church in North Little Rock, AR., under the leadership of Senior Pastor Eric L. Alexander. There she gained biblical principles and spiritual enlightenment. She went on to found "CalledFor", a humanitarian organization that assures all people that they are necessary.

Elisha is married to her loving husband, Jason P. Smith. They are the proud parents of four amazing children.

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