The Heart Healer
God’s Response to Personal Prayer in a Hurting World
What if you knew one simple prayer that could silence the strain from a painful past?
Did you know that past heartache affects your present behavior? But, God wants to replace your pain with His peace.
In The Heart Healer, Cyndy Bartelli shares relatable stories of everyday people to reveal that when you pray, God really listens. Learn how His love can become more personal in your daily life. One simple prayer can guide you into extraordinary moments that transform how you feel, think, and act. You will discover how to:
- Recognize that God’s love for you is genuine, personal, and powerful.
- Pray for healing for each memory that triggers pain in your past.
- Respond with immediate prayer when new trauma occurs.
God is waiting to provide a miracle for you! Experience unexpected peace as past heartache is healed, and long-awaited answers to prayer unfold.
Here’s what readers are saying:
“I couldn’t put The Heart Healer down.”
“The Heart Healer is the one book that I keep by my chair.”
“The Heart Healer is where your miracle begins.”
A Personal Journal
If I could join you with a cup of coffee at your kitchen table, or chat with you in your living room, I’d tell you some of the miraculous stories I have received from readers of The Heart Healer whose lives have changed because of a simple prayer to an extraordinary God.
I, too, have made peace with my past. Long-held grief and sadness are gone. Failure and loss no longer torment me. Memories I wouldn’t allow myself to think about have been exposed, and the Lord, our Heart Healer, has changed my life.
Journey through this study in the privacy of your home or in a group setting. No matter where you will be, God will join you, and His tender love for you will become evident as He heals the wounded places in your heart.
My heart has heard you say, “Come and talk with me.”
And my heart responds, “Lord, I am coming.” — Psalm 27:8 NLT
“This is a beautiful and different study of God’s Word. In the over forty years that I have led Bible studies, this is the first time my group has asked to immediately go through the chapters again. They don’t want to miss a thing.” ~Mildred Whitmire, San Antonio, Texas