You Can Begin Again
By Joyce Meyer
Bestselling author Joyce Meyer explores the beauty of new beginnings through God's inexhaustible grace.
It's never too late for grace. Look closely enough and you'll see that theme all through the Bible. Page after page, story after story--God delights in turning tragic endings into new beginnings. The barren give birth, doubters become deliverers, and harlots are recast as heroes. In every biblical fresh start, we are reminded that with God, new beginnings aren't the exception; they're the rule.
Using a blend of inspiring stories, Scriptural principles, and straight-talk, in You Can Begin Again, Joyce Meyer powerfully demonstrates that God isn't done with you yet. If you're stuck in a rut, disappointed by an outcome, hurting from a wound, failing in an endeavour, struggling in a relationship, or unsure about the future . . . don't give up. Don't give up on yourself, and don't give up on the God who loves you. If you thought it was too late, it's not. With God you can begin again.
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10 Apr 2014
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Hodder & Stoughton
In typically robust style Joyce Meyer demonstrates that God isn't done with you yet. She urges readers not to give up on themselves and especially not on God, whatever the circumstances. — Together Magazine
Joyce Meyer uses inspiring stories, scripture and straight talk to drive home the message of her book You Can Be Born Again. God can turn tragic endings into new beginnings. It is never too late to find grace. With God, new beginnings are not the exception: they are the rule. This is a readable and moving book by an author whose last work spent five weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. — Church of England Newspaper
This is work of great encouragement and hope to anyone who needs a fresh start. Even if you think you don't, please read it and pass it on to someone who does. — The Church of England Newspaper
The Gospel she describes is positive and affirming. — Evangelicals Now
This book would be helpful to those who are particularly struggling with past hurts and are either new to, or young in, the Christian faith and those who need to be reminded that God gives all of us a fresh start. — The Baptist Times