Restart your heart

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Does it sometimes feel as though painful events and circumstances have caused your heart to flatline? Have you been looking for a chance to change? If you know that something needs to be done, then hear God saying to you, “It’s time.” Give him permission to begin a work of healing within you. It’s time to restart your heart.

In this inspiring 21-day devotional, author and pastor Jentezen Franklin offers hope and encouragement to individuals seeking reconciliation, healing, and breakthrough. Pastor Jentezen shows you how to leave behind hurt and bitterness, and instead choose love and forgiveness, to release unfathomable freedom and joy in Christ.

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Description

SUBTITLE: 21 encouraging devotions so you can love like you never been hurt before

FORMAT: Book

PAGES: 128

SUMMARY: Does it sometimes feel as though painful events and circumstances have caused your heart to flatline? Have you been looking for a chance to change? If you know that something needs to be done, then hear God saying to you, “It’s time.” Give him permission to begin a work of healing within you. It’s time to restart your heart.

In this inspiring 21-day devotional, author and pastor Jentezen Franklin offers hope and encouragement to individuals seeking reconciliation, healing, and breakthrough. Pastor Jentezen shows you how to leave behind hurt and bitterness, and instead choose love and forgiveness, to release unfathomable freedom and joy in Christ.

It is your season for healing. The Holy Spirit will help you in every single area of your life. Live in expectation!

AUTHOR
Jentezen Franklin is the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel, a multi-campus church. Each week his television program Kingdom Connection is broadcast on major networks all over the world. A New York Times best-selling author, Jentezen has written eight books including the groundbreaking Fasting and Right People-Right Place-Right Plan. Jentezen and his wife Cherise have been married 30 years, have five children and two grandchildren, and make their home in Gainesville, Georgia