Have You Felt Like Giving Up Lately (Mass Market Paperback)David Wilkerson
Genuine, lasting peace can be yours.
We all experience times of sadness, trial, and pain. But what happens when grief and depression seem so overwhelming that we feel like simply giving up?
This encouraging book from bestselling author and longtime pastor David Wilkerson show you how to
· trust God to bring you through hard times · wait on God’s answers to prayer · lay down your guilt · and much more
Only God can heal your wounds. With powerful true stories and wisdom drawn from a lifetime of ministering to hurting people, Wilkerson gently guides you in giving it over to God, believing that he will work miracles in your life.
About the Author
David Wilkerson (1931-2011) founded Teen Challenge and World Challenge and was the founding pastor of Times Square Church in New York City. He authored more than thirty books, including the bestselling The Cross and the Switchblade and Knowing God by Name. With a particular longing to encourage pastors, he traveled around the globe. On the day of his death, he was still ministering.
Size109 x 178 mm
Number of Pages176 pp
PublisherBaker Book House
When You Hurt
In one way or another, we are all hurting. Everyone is in
the same boat. Even the laughing, happy-go-lucky crowd is
hurting. They try to hide their hurt by drinking and joking,
but it won’t go away.
Who hurts? The parents of a prodigal son or daughter.
Millions of parents have been deeply wounded by children
who have rejected their counsel. Those loving parents grieve
over the deception and delinquency of children who were
once tender and good.
The victims of broken homes are hurting. The abandoned
wife whose husband rejected her for another woman is hurt-
ing. The husband who lost the love of a wife is hurting. The
children who lost their security are hurting.
Others suffer illness: cancer, heart problems, and a
myriad of other human diseases. To be told by a doctor,
“You have cancer; you may die!” has to be terrifying. Yet
many reading this message have experienced such pain and
Lovers break up. A boyfriend or girlfriend walks away,
trampling on what was once a beautiful relationship. All that
is left is a broken, wounded heart.
And what about the unemployed? The despondent ones
whose dreams have collapsed? The shut-ins? The prisoners?
The homosexuals? The alcoholics?
It is true! In one way or another we are all hurting. Every
person on earth carries his own burden of pain and hurt.