So You Think You've Messed Up

by Helen Rylance



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/10/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 160
ISBN : 9781456778804
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 1
ISBN : 9781467895071

About the Book

This book draws back the curtain on the authors life and lets in the light of God's grace which is always sufficient for us whatever we are facing.

When God gave Helen a vision, it was at one of the lowest points of her life. She was excited as the vision revealed something of the future God had planned for her. When she shared the vision with some friends they laughed at her. " Why would God give you a ministry and a house?" They asked. At that time her self esteem was very low, so Helen agreed with them. Why would the Lord give her a big house and a husband as well as a ministry? This only happened to special people and she wasn't one of those, were her thoughts. She was a nobody, with little or no future! They were right. So she laid the vision down believing it to be impossible, but Helen reckoned without God, a fatal mistake! When two months later the Lord spoke into her life, telling her to pick the vision up again. She was delighted. This time she took hold of it with both hands, and determined that she would not let go of it again, no matter what it cost her. Little did she know it would almost cost her, her life!

About the Author

On first contact with Helen she appears to be a well integrated and confident woman and she is! However , as this honest book reveals, the path she has taken has been strewn with 'many dangers, toils and snares.' Christ warns us ,"In this world you will have trouble." Many believers who undergo severe life trials find themselves broken or hardened by the heat of the oven of affliction. Helen is a living example of someone who has been refined in the furnace of tribulation. Furthermore she is somebody who can sympathise with others facing similar things. She has a great gift of seeing the potential in those that more "comfortable" believers may reject as hopeless. For this Helen happily gives God all the glory for all that he has achieved in and through her in their long walk together.