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Help For The Wounded Soul: A Guide to Inner Healing by Dr. Patti Mack-Tucker is a book filled with Christian wisdom, and one that offers the tools to beat trauma, let go of the prison of guilt, and embrace the freedom richly offered in the word of God. Dr. Patti Mack-Tucker understands the psychology of guilt and trauma very well, and opens her book with the compelling and poignant story of Mary, a story that bears echoes of the pain most of us carry in our hearts. She demonstrates how we can transform our pain, anger, or guilt against God by letting Him heal our brokenness. Aside from the physical illnesses we struggle with, humanity is fractured in many ways and is always in need of healing.
This book shows readers where to find that healing, plunging them into the very heart of a compassionate and tender God who invites us with solicitude: “Come to me all you who are heavy-laden and I will give you rest.” The book is designed to bring about healing and help users advance in their journey towards hope and ultimate redemption. It also helps them remember their past victories and to connect with those victories. It builds on the transforming power of God’s word, which is richly referenced in the work. I enjoyed the author’s gift for using real life stories to convey powerful lessons of faith, love, and healing. The message in Help For The Wounded Soul: A Guide to Inner Healing is simple: you have been hurt and are hurting, but you can let go of your mask and allow healing love to fill the arid regions of your soul, transforming them into oases. The writing is simple yet empowering, and the author’s tone is confident and compelling. This is a gift of faith, a book to read, use, and pass on.