2 edition of The heart of the problem found in the catalog.
The heart of the problem
by Dept. of State, Office of Media Services, Bureau of Public Affairs; for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington
Written in English
|Statement||Secretary Rusk [and] General Taylor review Viet-Nam policy in Senate hearings.|
|Series||Dept. of State publication 8054. Far Eastern series 146|
|Contributions||Taylor, Maxwell D. 1901-1987, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||66061074|
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The Heart of the Problem Workbook. An interactive, Scripture-based workbook that shows readers how to fight sin effectively and live a more problem-free life/5.
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Anger, jealousy, fear, bitterness–these are the emotions that wrench the human heart. As a result, our relationships suffer.
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The heart of the problem, according to Jeremiah, would be the problem of the heart. “The heart is deceitful, and desperately wicked. Who can know it?” And the scripture says that only God can.
So you want to deal with your problem. You take them to God. You recognize your heart. If it is sin, repent, and God will do the restoration.
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The Heart of the Problem. By Warren Wiersbe. Read Psalm David cried out and said, "God, You've got to take care of the situation." For several years Saul had been pursuing him. At one point David compared himself to a flea that was being chased.
Saul's problem. Book of the Heart grasps the core of Keats' poetical practice of life, uncovering the path of knowledge that the Letters reveal.
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