Haysi, VA (Vocus) July 22, 2010
It is not a given right that people will be saved if their parents are Christians, they go to church, or do nice things. They can’t work their way to heaven. However, there is a way to open one’s heart and let Jesus in. Author Janet Genson leads readers On the Way to Wholeness: By Way of ACTSS.
ACTSS (Accolade, Confession, Thankfulness, Supplication, and Service) is the prayer format that the author learned as she began her faith journey. In the beginning, Genson’s prayers were sporadic and halfhearted attempts to talk to God. She spent many years wondering who the Holy Spirit was and why she needed to pray in Jesus’ name. But as she prayed an ACTSS prayer, she began to meet Jesus, the Holy Spirit and ultimately drew closer to God.
In this book, Genson shares her experiences and at the same time teaches readers how to begin their walk of faith which is enhanced by the ACTSS prayer. Prayer indeed is a powerful tool that can work wonders if one truly believes. As with every generation, each individual must find God and accept Him as his or her own. People have to accept Jesus, the gift of the cross, and allow themselves to be transformed by God. Only then will they be guided On the Way to Wholeness.
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On the Way to Wholeness * by Janet Genson
By Way of ACTSS
Publication Date: July 13, 2010
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 60 pages; 978-1-4535-3679-7
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