As in Naomi's case in the book of Ruth, there will likely be times when you'll arrive at a desolate place in the heart, truly crushed in spirit for whatever reason. Finding Fullness Again takes an encouraging look at the story of Naomi and Ruth to remind you that you too can keep pressing forward, not just running on empty, despite the weight of your concerns. "Let the old things pass away," Douglas says. "Let everything that God wants for you become new."
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Date:February 14, 2010
Dr. West's book Finding Fullness Again (FFA)is an earnest, gentle, and memorable exploration of loss and gain in the Christian journey. With theological, historical, personal and semantical illustrations, this book is a must read for believers before, during and after their valley experiences. Prior to rdg. this book, to me, Ruth was a depiction of God's favor and protective love. Wherever God sends me, I have a Boaz/protector and I've been the same for many. "We all know something about living without consolation." Dr. West's book, FFA, brings God's healing, viewpoint, hope,and joy to disappointed, disillusioned and discouraged Saints. In Finding Fullness Again you'll breathe, feel and laugh deeper as you start over.