MOYOCK, N.C. (PRWEB)
March 16, 2018
“I Will Fight”: an engaging work that helps readers to effectively respond to the different kinds of emotions they may have faced at certain points of their lives and take care of their emotional health. “I Will Fight” is the creation of published author, Dr. Maude McGill and Pastor Marzell McGill. Dr. McGill is an assistant professor of nursing at Regent University who is also an evaluation faculty member for the master’s in nursing core at Western Governor’s University. Pastor McGill is the pastor of Providence Church in Mississippi whose ministry is focused on synthesizing God’s Word into a practical tool for everyday living.
The couple shares, “Throughout this life, you cannot control what people do to you. You have no control over the family you are born into—or the way people perceive you. There are even times when you cannot control the situations you face. The only aspect of your life that you do have control over is the way you respond. So many times, responses are reactive. ‘They did me wrong, so I must pay them back.’ Productivity cannot occur in a retaliation mind-set. The key to staying in the fight is to allow God to be your vindicator. Deuteronomy 32:35 reminds the reader that vengeance belongs to the Lord. You have to focus on being proactive in the way you handle different situations; proactive means: you know the truth and will not allow anything to make you act outside of your character. In Ephesians 4:26–27, Paul basically suggests that anger is unavoidable; however, you do have the ability to stand strong and not give place to the enemy in your moments of anger.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Dr. Maude McGill and Pastor Marzell McGill’s new book explores the origins of ten different emotions and the biblical characters who have experienced handling these, guiding readers on how to deal with their own emotions and not allow negative feelings hinder them from attaining success.
The authors advise readers to respond appropriately to various emotions because the impact of damaging reactions can be harmful to their emotional health. It is also important to trust God and ask him for wisdom in handling feelings.
View a synopsis of “I Will Fight” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase “I Will Fight” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “I Will Fight”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.
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