I received this book from Litfuse Publicity for no charge in exchange for my honest review of this book. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Look closely at any day and we can usually find anger in both our
actions and attitudes. Things spill or go missing, we get stuck in
traffic, and the people we live and work with often make life even
harder. We want to stay calm, but what do you do when you feel your
blood pressure rise yet again? Anger is so common yet it also destroys.
It leaves its mark on us it s not healthy which is one reason we hear so
much about finding peace. And it leaves its mark on others. The wounds
we inflict on others when we are angry the loss of intimacy, trust,
security, and enjoyment in our closest relationships give us compelling
reasons to look closely at our anger and think carefully about how to
grow in patience and peace. If you have just gotten irritated for the
umpteenth time today, you might wonder if change is possible. Can anyone
grow in patience and peace? Yes. But you need a plan. Biblical
counselor and psychologist Ed Welch invites readers to take a 50-day
journey that unpacks anger and encourages readers to become more
skillful at responding with patience to life s difficulties. Along the
way, readers will be introduced to Jesus, the Prince of Peace the only
one who can empower his people to grow in patience, peace, and
A Small Book About a Big Problem is the first book by Edward T. Welch and it is fantastic. This book deals with Anger and how instead of anger, finding patience and peace. I personally know that I was never taught how to deal with anger and am excited to have this new perspective, a way to turn it around. Edward T. Welch is a Biblical Counselor who writes with authority on dealing with about anger, the Bible, how to deal with everyday issues that impact all of us, and how to use the scriptures to find peace. I found that with it being broken up into 50 days, taking it day by day really made it easier to implement into my life. This book may be small but in 192 pages it really packs a punch. I enjoyed the fact that this book size is a little bigger than my cell phone so it was light and compact enough to fit into my purse or bag. I have been rereading this book, finding more insight that I missed in my original reading of this book. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to read this book, it has really opened my eyes to how anger has controlled so many parts of my life. I am excited to read read more books by Edward T. Welch, his books are on my must read list. I highly recommend this book to everyone, it is something that anyone can pick up and relate to. I give this book 5 STARS.
I apologize for the lateness of my review to Edward T. Welch and Litfuse Publicity.