Des Moines, IO (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
The National Institute of Mental Health reports that an estimated 17 million Americans suffer depression every year while the website proactivechange.com reveals that one-third of Americans are living with extreme stress. At an age riddled with problems of every kind, living in fear and hopelessness seems justifiable but one man begs to differ. Author Severo Carneiro rallies spiritual revival and invites others to find courage and hope through God’s Word in his book “Recognizing God in You”.
Moved by the alarming reality that more and more people around the world suffer and are paralyzed by different concerns, Carneiro shares an inspiring and much-needed reminder of God’s purpose in one’s life. This book was designed to equip readers with the Word of God so that they may find the courage to triumph over any negative thoughts, habits and attitudes that hamper them from achieving the victory that God has laid out for them. In writing this book, the author delves into what it means to be created in the image of God and the essence of restoration. Readers will realize the divine purpose in their lives and how to achieve a sense of completeness.
“Recognizing God in You” is reflective of one man’s love and devotion to the Almighty. Readers will find an oasis for the parched spirit and nourishment for the soul as they embark on a fascinating reading experience that will prove timely at an age marked by spiritual hunger.
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About the Author
Severo Carneiro is the pastor of New Life Christian Ministries in Des Moines, Iowa. He and his wife travel in the United States and other countries sharing the truth of God’s Word. His message of encouragement has helped many to apply the Word of God and live victorious lives.
Recognizing God in You * by Severo Carneiro
Publication Date: January 6, 2012
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