Rhonda Madge

"After you have suffered for a little while, the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself perfect, confirm, strengthen and establish you."

1Peter 5:10

What if You Could Turn Fear Into Faith?

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We all can fall into the trap of fearing what we "see" instead of trusting in the faith we "know" despite our best efforts and intentions ... especially when circumstances are difficult or situations don't happen as we hoped. Our brief quiz will help you identify where you might be struggling with the war being waged within your mind.

Hindsight: Seeing Clearly through the Veil of Deception

Hindsight: Seeing Clearly through the Veil of Deception by Rhonda Taylor Madge

In Joyce Meyer’s bestselling book, Battlefield of the Mind, she attests that indeed “there is a war which rages in our minds.” Hindsight takes readers on a journey through Rhonda Madge’s tumultuous life to reveal how she fell prey to anxious thoughts that molded her mind through a belief in the whispered lies.

A horrific event at the age of seventeen left Rhonda continually searching for something or someone to fill the dark chasm of her heart. Tears seemed to puddle around her wherever she went. However, she learned to carefully hide herself in a masquerade put on for the outside world, allowing her to project that all was well with her soul even as the slow decay continued from within. Those who find themselves pretending will be drawn to the answers her story presents.

But it was God who worked to lift the veil from Rhonda’s eyes, allowing her to see that, though she thought He was far from her, He remained at arm’s length. Thus a seeker’s interest will be peeked as they read about Rhonda’s exploration of who and what God truly is--a loving, personal God. Those who struggle with life’s hardships will be encouraged and inspired to practice Rhonda’s perseverance.

In a world where sorrow is often heaped upon sorrow, this very real story bares truth that will leave readers filled with hope.

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