The Time Will Come by Betty Hawley Scott

Have you done everything you can to accommodate your difficult or emotionally abusive person, but the relationship stays the same? Where is God in this pain? The Time Will Come offers encouragement, hope, Godly wisdom, and insight as you travel through life with this person. Betty Hawley Scott writes of her personal encounters with God and insights and knowledge she has gained through her experiences and observations of emotional abuse. As a retired public school counselor, she uses her counseling skills to encourage you to see life events from God’s unique perspective. The Time Will Come empowers you to: • heal from emotionally abusive relationships • live with dignity and confidence • help and understand others who struggle with a difficult person • stay encouraged • know that God has not forgotten you.

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