Sozolife: Living in the Spirit of Freedom by Rev Steven R Scroggs

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Author
Rev Steven R Scroggs
Publisher
Createspace
Date of release
Pages
164
ISBN
9781492827597
Binding
Paperback
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Rating
5
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SozoLife is about resolving inner conflicts and achieving inner peace. This book will empower those who have a broken heart, a conflicted soul, or a confused mind, and give them a step by step process to find peace, health, love and hope from the King of the universe. Sozo is a transliterated Greek word that means saved, delivered, healed, and made whole. Have you ever needed someone to comfort you? Have you ever needed healing in your heart? Have you been through a traumatic experience that left a scar on your personality? Do you believe that peace of mind is achievable? Then this book will help you. The book offers the SozoLife structure through which your soul can process the circumstances of life for a confident personality. This book contains prayers and processes that can set you free and heal your body. Just pray them in faith, believing that God will touch you and he will! All of us need to let go of the past and look toward the future with God, and this book will help you do that. The stories in this book will open your eyes to the ways of God and let you take a glimpse at his heart. Take a look and begin your healing today.


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