‘I believe there are many of us who have been wounded by God’s people. And I believe there are those of you who have been so wounded, that you have confused God’s people with God, and so have run from Him. The purpose of this book is to help you get past your wounds…to move forward into the joy and fellowship of God’s presence, claiming the fullness of the blessings He has for you. God loves the wounded. I know.’
In her most personal book to date, much loved author Anne Graham Lotz looks at a deeply painful question: what to do when we suffer rejection and hardship at the hands of other believers. Drawing on the story of Hagar, Abraham’s mistreated servant, Anne shares the good news of healing and hope, offered by a God who loves us all – especially those on the periphery. An inspiring blend of Old Testament narrative with the author’s own experience, this is a book that will show you that, just like Hagar found, ‘you can’t outrun God’.