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Your past is not your past if it’s still impacting your present. Do you ever feel as though your life has become a broken record? You’re hearing the same song play over and over again? Nearly every human being on earth has likely spent some time on the carousel of pain. Whether you’re dealing with the guilt and regret of your own sinful choices, or you’re sitting in the shame of someone else’s deceitful actions, God wants to bring you healing. Pastor Pete walks us through the process of transformation, teaching us that if pain is not transformed, it will only be transferred. He reveals God’s truths in this process through the biblical accounts of Joseph and David. Pete identifies the process of changing your life by these 4 choices: Choice #1: Choosing to Transform Instead of Transfer; Choice #2: Choosing to Be Okay With Not Being Okay; Choice #3: Choosing to Trust Rather Than Please; Choice #4: Hurt People, Hurt People, But Free People, Choose to Free People. Whether you’re looking for a new beginning or just ready for a renewal in your walk with God, Pete shows us that anything is possible when you learn how to make new choices and let hope in.

©2013 Thomas Nelson (P)2013 Thomas Nelson

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  • 28-06-2015

Pete Wilson has practical advice and is inspiring

I enjoy the style of writing and the narration is easy to listen to. There is lots to contemplate on in here and how Good Orderly Direction can open a door of Hope to walk through into a more thoughtful way of life. Thanks Pete!

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