Top Christian Books To Get You Through A Hard Time

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Having a tough season because of sickness, economics, death, abandonment, or a crisis of faith is one of the hardest things a Christian can go through. I have been through them same as everyone. Thank goodness I had friends who provided me with some resources to help me through them. Here are my Top Christians Books To Get You Through A Hard Time:

Chasing Daylight- This book by Erwin McManus is all about following your dreams. It helps lift your spirit when you’re not sure where your life is headed. 

The Supernatural Ways of Royalty- Kris Vallotton and Bill Johnson shows us how to look at ourselves as God sees us. 

A Grief Observed- After the death of his life, CS Lewis published his diary. It graphically displays what it is like to deal with grief and how to grieve. 

Why Did I Lose My Job If God Loves Me- Rick J. Pritikin counsels people who have lost their job with this 30 day devotional. 

The Supernatural Power of Forgiveness- Jason and Kris Vallotton break down how to be free by forgiving those who hurt you. 

Battlefield of the Mind- Joyce Meyer talks about worry, doubt, fear, and everything in between. She shows how to overcome by the power of God. 

Grace- Inspiring author Max Lucado breaks down how Jesus’ grace, mercy, and love blessed your life. 

Happy Intercessor- Beni Johnson of Bethel Church in Redding, California tells us how prayer does not have to be sad, it can be a joyful experience. 

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below if you read any of these. While you are at it, check out my articles on Friendship and Feckless Platitudes. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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