The Best Books for Broken People You Should Read
1) When the Hurt Runs Deep: Healing and Hope for Life’s Desperate Moments
This book is perfect for those who are in need for healing and restoration. This book created a huge impact in my life and it also took me a bit of time to finish it. Not because I was too lazy to finish reading it or because it had too many pages. The real reason was because each chapter spoke to me so deeply that I had to really understand and process everything each chapter tells me. I highly recommend this book to anyone even to those who don’t need healing and restoration.
2) Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God
By trusting god you’ll realize how quickly and painless it is to heal a broken heart. There’s no need to be ashamed of anything that happened to you and you’ll realize that in no time you will heal and feel like a completely new person.
This book was recommended to me by my friends and family who noticed I needed to find a way to heal my broken heart. I didn’t want to seek help from anyone so my friends and family decided to buy me this amazing book. After I read the book I felt like a completely new person.
3) God Loves Broken People And Those Who Pretend They’re not
I’m actually reading this book. I still haven’t finished it and yet each chapter I read is a new experience. I learn something knew about myself each day that I read a chapter. And the reviews this book has are really good. I highly recommend this precious book to anyone. I also recommended this book to my mother and she loved it so much she’s reading it all over again!
4) One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are
Ann Voskamp exposes her own broken places and extends an invitation for the reader to accompany her journey to healing and restoration. This book is incredibly amazing. It even made me feel as if everything that Ann Voskamp experienced and felt was something that I experienced and felt too. Anyone in need of healing will find this book very helpful!
5) The Unburdened Heart: Finding the Freedom of Forgiveness
Rachelwojo.com states the following: “This book was on my “5 nonfiction books to read this summer list” back in June. I had no idea that I would be so privileged to meet the author of this precious book and chat with her while I taught at the She Speaks conference, but God intricately crossed our paths. There are books that I love and pass on to you and then there are books that I love and will refer to again and again. The Unburdened Heart falls in that second category. To find the freedom of forgiveness, read Suzie’s book. It is liberating and I could not put it down”.