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Colleen Meissner
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Through a Broken Heart: Finding Hope and Healing After a Breakup

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Dear Broken Heart You must be hurting deeply. Perhaps you're also feeling overwhelmed and completely alone in this place of emptiness and grief. I've been where you are and my heart aches with yours. I want you to know there is someone who sees and someone who cares. His name is Jesus. The journey right now is dark and painful, but if you will travel with me using God's wo ...more
Paperback, 146 pages
Published April 19th 2018 by Book's Mind
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Melissa Procopio
A light in a very dark season

This devotional is truly phenomenal. In one of my darkest times, the Lord used this book profoundly in my life! Every word felt like it was tailored to speak directly to me. Colleen brilliantly uses scripture, devotionals, and prayer to channel your pain and heartbreak in a way that allows the Lord to reach and truly HEAL the shattered pieces of your heart. Since walking through this break up devotional, I was able to successfully move on, find hope, and I am now eng
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