Tuesday, August 31, 2010

BookSurge Announces the Publication of 'Blindsided, Lessons from Job on Surviving Your Trauma,' by Alice E. Robertson

BookSurge Announces the Publication of 'Blindsided, Lessons from Job on Surviving Your Trauma,' by Alice E. Robertson

“And taste the melancholy joys of evils pass’d, for he who much has suffer’d, much will know.” —Homer (from The Odyssesy)

Kennesaw, GA (PRWEB) December 13, 2005

Booksurge announces the publication of Blindsided, Lessons from Job on surviving your trauma, by Alice E. Robertson.

Why me? Sound familiar? This is not just a bad day. This is a catastrophic, devastating, far-reaching event that leaves you breathless and turns your world topsy-turvy. Within the space of a heartbeat, your world has changed and will never be the same again. That is what it is like to be blindsided.

In Blindsided, Lessons from Job on surviving your trauma, we read about the ancient Patriarch Job from the Bible because he was a man blindsided by Satan. Through satanic assaults, Job lost all his possessions, his children, and his health. There is much to be learned through Job’s responses and the responses of his friends to his suffering. This book is written to help people cope with their situation. It is possible to make wise choices for living with a new, changed existence. It is possible to adjust in a healthy manner and maintain your integrity.

In Blindsided, Lessons from Job on surviving your trauma, author Alice E. Robertson points her readers to the Sovereign God of the Universe, who is the Ultimate Source of our help.

About the Author

Alice E. Robertson has worked as a registered nurse for 40 years. She has written curriculum for use in the medical field, as well as Bible study materials. She has also written unpublished poetry. Alice has been married for 39 years, has three daughters and three grandchildren. She also has a heart for those who suffer, as evidenced by her many mission trips. This book is intended to provide alternatives to those many mind-numbing solutions that don’t work.

For more information or for a free review copy, please contact the Author Press Relations department at 843-579-0000 ext 164. Books are available to order at Booksurge. com, Amazon. com, Alibris. com and Abebooks. com.

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