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Become Who God Created You to Be
The title, Be Healed, is based in the belief that Jesus’ fundamental mission is to restore us to wholeness (see Lk 4:18–19; 1 Thes 5:23). Healing any part of us by necessity influences our entire being (CCC, 363–68). Whether you realize it or not, your physical illnesses, spiritual afflictions, and psychological infirmities are profoundly intertwined. This book helps you heal those wounds by going through a three part healing process.
Bob Schuchts depicts these three stages of the healing process in the three parts of the book: part one, Encountering Jesus, part two, Facing Our Brokenness, and part three, Healing Our Wounds. The intention is to guide you into your own healing encounter with Jesus. To support that objective, Schuchts has been careful to ground the teaching in biblical truth, in keeping with the two-thousand-year-old healing tradition of the Church.
You’ll Discover: Inspiring Scripture Questions for Personal Reflection Stories of Personal Healing Experiences
Be Healed is Divided into Three Parts:
To be fully conformed to the image of the beloved Son we must humble ourselves and follow in Jesus’ footsteps all the way through the Cross and into the Resurrection. In this section of the book, you are invited to give your consent and cooperation to Jesus to heal your wounds.
Facing Our Brokenness
Through his redemptive suffering, Jesus provides the supreme example for how each of us can face our own suffering with the grace of his redemptive love. In this section of the book, you are invited to face your brokenness and reclaim the Christian and Catholic worldview on the approach to healing.
Healing Our Wounds
Healing is the process of being made whole: body, soul, and spirit. In this section of the book, you will focus your attention on three powerful medicines from the tree of life: redemptive suffering, the sacraments, and healing prayer.
About the Author
Bob Schuchts is the bestselling author of Be Healed and founder of the John Paul II Healing Center in Tallahassee, Florida. In December 2014 he retired as a marriage and family therapist after thirty-five years of practice. After receiving his doctorate in family relations from Florida State University in 1981, Schuchts began teaching and counseling. While in private practice, Schuchts also taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Florida State and Tallahassee Community College. Schuchts later served on faculty at the Theology of the Body Institute and at the Center for Biblical Studies, where he taught courses on healing, sexuality, and marriage. He also volunteered in parish ministry for more than thirty years.
Publisher : Ave Maria Press (March 24, 2014)
Language : English
Paperback : 224 pages
ISBN-10 : 1594714762
ISBN-13 : 978-1594714764
Item Weight : 11.2 ounces
Dimensions : 6 x 0.6 x 8.9 inches