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The Heart That Heals: Healing Our Brokenness Through the Promises of God

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“Our choices have consequences. The pathway we walk has a destination. I want you to make good choices so that the consequences will be good. I want your destination to be one that glorifies God. If you’re in a broken place, it may be difficult to make good choices. Is your pathway littered with the debris of brokenness? I want to help you get past all that and learn to be ...more
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Published July 21st 2019 by Independently Published
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Rebecca Hastings
Aug 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Each one of these pages draws you closer to the heart of God. When we walk through brokenness we often feel alone. Patsy goes on the journey with us in this book, a faithful friend reminding us that we haven't been alone for a single moment. With honesty and biblical truth, she leads you to God for healing deep in your heart.
Patti Whitson Stephenson She Lives to Read
“Is your pathway littered with the debris of brokenness? I want to help you get past all that and learn to be still, and know that He is God.”

With this question, author Patsy Burnette takes those who are heartbroken and searching for answers on a remarkable study of God’s Word. This study is full of hope and healing for all who have suffered tragedy and heartbreak. The author shares her own personal journey of sorrow and shows she clearly understands the struggles of coping through tragedy.

Maree Dee
Sep 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book is beautiful. It is not only packed with wise words, insightful scripture, but it is beautiful to hold and display. It is like a treat to sit down and read it.

As you read you find yourself drawing closer to Jesus. It opens your eyes to how blessed we are to have a savior who loves us, understands our pain, and never leaves us.

We all will be called at some point to persevere through deep waters, pain, and loss. This book will help you prepare for what is yet to come or embrace the
Debbie Miller
Sep 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Heart that Heals was written as a personal testimony from the heart of the author. Patsy is an artist and her illustrations are a colorful addition to the whole of the message. Each chapter flows into the next one. Scripture is paramount throughout. The reader is reminded of simple biblical truths and presented with thought-provoking information and explanations. You can’t come to the end of this book without seeing God’s sovereignty in your personal life. If you truly seek healing from a ...more
Ifeoma Samuel
Sep 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Pasty writes like a Big sister who has been through that rough unexpected road she tells her real life story and how God helped her.
This Bible study is worth your time.

It is divided into 3 parts where she shares everything about emotions and God's truth about emotional walls.

I love the hope she brings through this piece. I hope to see more of her work of inspiration sharing God's timeless truth.

If you are struggling with hopelessness, disappointment past wounds use the Bible way and principles
Aug 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
"The Heart That Heals is like a friend who comes alongside you to walk a long journey. There are moments on the path when your friend lets you cry, or even cries along with you because the terrain is tough. There are times when your friend grabs your hand and lifts you up because you’ve tripped over a tree root you didn’t see. Then there are glimpses of remembered joy when your friend says something funny-and you laugh-and the path seems brighter. And, somewhere along the way, you realize she ...more
Michele Morin
Sep 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
With a steaming cup of tea in my favorite mug and an open Bible, I turned to a fresh page in my journal and prepared to take advantage of an empty and quiet house. Funny how stillness without is no guarantee of stillness within. A dozen tasks on my to-do list suddenly began competing for the top slot. My phone pinged a reminder of the great wide world of interaction I might be missing. Worst of all, the inability to corral my undisciplined brain took the lead in a parade of faults and failures ...more
Joanne Viola
Sep 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The book arrived and its lovely cover immediately had my attention. Later that afternoon, I made myself a cup of tea and settled on the couch to read.

In her book, The Heart That Heals, Patsy Burnette tells her story. It's a story of loss and brokenness. It's a story centered upon one verse:
"Be still and know that I am God." (Psalm 46:11a)

The author shares in the prologue:
"I hope this book gives you the strength to cast your burdens on the Lord. But not just that, I hope it also gives you the
Sep 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Is your heart broken from a devastating loss? Patsy Burnette suffered an unexpected grief as a young wife and mother. Yet God helped her heal as she drew strength from his Word. In this Bible study journal, Patsy guides you through key scriptures to help you find peace and healing.
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Patsy is a wife, mother of four, and grandmother. She is a Christian lifestyle blogger and content manager at She has a heart for encouraging women to grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus Christ and then to share it with others. She drinks more coffee and eats more dark chocolate than the average person. Patsy lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and Ellie the ...more
“If we were never led up steep treacherous hills, through deep waters and barren deserts, how would we ever learn to depend on His all-sufficient grace?” 1 likes
“The pain is never without purpose, and it never lasts forever. This is a chapter in your life—this is not the whole book!” 0 likes
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