A guide for listening and inner-healing prayer: meeting God in the broken places
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Colorado Springs, CO : NavPress, 2011.
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223 pages ; 23 cm
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In Luke 4:18, Jesus affirmed the promise of Isaiah 61 that the Messiah would be uniquely anointed by God to bring healing to the brokenhearted and set captives free. Discover how to experience this freedom and the emotional healing that awaits you through listening and inner-healing prayer. By exposing the hidden lies that keep you enslaved, you can supernaturally experience God's healing touch for the emotional wounds of your past. This God-focused, step-by-step guide also can equip small groups, churches, and others to facilitate a listening and inner-healing prayer ministry for the increasingly wounded people of our generation.--from back cover.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Rustenbach, R. (2011). A guide for listening and inner-healing prayer: meeting God in the broken places. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress.

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Rustenbach, Rusty. 2011. A Guide for Listening and Inner-healing Prayer: Meeting God in the Broken Places. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress.

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Rustenbach, Rusty, A Guide for Listening and Inner-healing Prayer: Meeting God in the Broken Places. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 2011.

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Rustenbach, Rusty. A Guide for Listening and Inner-healing Prayer: Meeting God in the Broken Places. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress, 2011. Print.

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