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Book review – Let Hope In by Pastor Pete Wilson

on September 30, 2013

“Your past isn’t your past if it’s still impacting your present.”

I have had the privilege to read an advanced copy of “Let Hope In,” the new book by Pastor Pete Wilson, which comes out tomorrow, Oct. 1. I can tell you that this book has blessed me in ways I never imagined.

We all need hope.

A deeply rooted hope in something that is greater than ourselves. Greater than any thing or any one. Hope than can only come through the source. A loving God.

Holding onto baggage from our past sets us up for defeat and a feeling of never being able to “measure up.” We carry shame, guilt and regret into every relationship and situation, only to have those things perpetuate negative patterns and choices that keep us from having the kind of relationship with God that He longs to have with us.

Pastor Pete takes readers on a journey to release the strongholds of the past, learning along the way of the sweetness of hope that comes through a relationship that is pure and true. One with the giver of all hope, Jesus.

The book takes readers through a process of changing by focusing on four choices:
1. Choosing to transform instead of transfer.
2. Choosing to be okay with not being okay.
3. Choosing to trust rather than to please.
4. Hurt people hurt people, but free people free people. Choose to free people.

It’s not an easy journey, but it is worth it. This book will help you start to transition from painful patterns of the past into the freedom of forgiveness and living a life of complete trust in God. It’s only then can we truly have the kind of hope that we all long for in this life. Read more at http://lethopein.com

 

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