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Biblical Cures for the Wounded Spirit
Biblical Cures for the Wounded Spirit by Wayne Keast

Price: $16.99
Author: Wayne Keast
Subtitle: Answers for PTSD and Healing the Invisible Wound
Format: Paperback
Length: 217 Pages
Published: 2021

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This book has vital information that will answer many questions that those who suffer with PTSD and those close to them are asking. How does someone handle the grief experienced in combat? How does a spouse or other loved one handle the playing out of stress a combat veteran manifests when they return? Fear, Guilt, No Peace, and other issues are addressed. These are emotions that stir the soul and plague those who have experienced unimaginable trauma in a war zone or even in violent home situation. Psychology and drugs are not the answer. New Age philosophy will not help. The Bible has the answers and will be found in these pages to be the solution that so many have been looking for.

Table of Contents:
Part 1
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Background
Chapter 3: Advancements
Chapter 4: Various Views
Chapter 5: the Importance of the Mind
Chapter 6: Comparing and Contrasting Various Aspects of Remedies for PTSD
Chapter 7: Which Brings Us to Today
Chapter 8: Today’s Psychology Approach or God’s Way

Part 2: Compare and Contrast Theoretical
Chapter 9: Fear (Anxiety)
Chapter 10: Guilt
Chapter 11: Nightmares and Flashbacks
Chapter 12: Anger
Chapter 13: Isolation or Avoidance
Chapter 14: Pain and Suffering
Selected Bibliography
Electronic Documents

About the Author:
Saved at age 14, out of a broken, traumatizing home Wayne Keast entered the Army at 18 and discovered God's peace in the midst of Army duty that includes deployment, and long stretches away from family. After years as an enlisted soldier, I was called by God into the ministry out of German guard tour on a midnight shift. Finishing college and seminary the Army received me back a commissioned officer and chaplain. After a deployment and after surgery, I was in rehab learning about war-time PTSD issues by listening to soldiers. After much bible study I learned of God's cure for PTSD and how the invisible wound can be treated successfully. Later, God showed me a Bible verse that describes the issue. Proverbs 18:14 "The spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity, but a wounded spirit who can bear?" I retired from the Army in 2012 with a burden for those with PTSD. This book is a compilation of the work completed in my Doctor of Ministry.