Praying For Your Addicted Loved One by Sharron K. Cosby

Praying For Your Addicted Loved One

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Praying For Your Addicted Loved One: 90 In 90 – Book Review

If you have ever stood on the sidelines and watched a loved one self-destruct, you know how devastating the experience can be. Chances are, you’ve tried everything humanly possible to help your loved one with little to no avail. You’ve probably felt every emotion humanly possible in the process – the worst, being the overriding sense of helplessness that comes as you learn that no matter how well-intentioned you are, you do not have the power to change another person’s life.

Sharron K. Cosby knows what it’s like to be in that situation. For 18 years, she and her family lived through the nightmare of living with a son who was addicted to painkillers. Sharron saw how addiction transformed her son into a person she hardly knew. Sharron knows how addiction adversely affects everyone in its path.

After years of despair, however, Sharron found hope through God’s Word and God’s promises and now, she wants to share that hope with you. Praying For Your Addicted Loved One: 90 In 90 is the powerful fruit of her experience.

Praying For Your Addicted Loved One: 90 In 90 is a devotional, prayer book, and journal rolled into one. The framework of the book – 90 readings in 90 days – comes from the Twelve-Step philosophy that encourages recovering addicts to spend 90 days forming new, positive habits. The 90 days of devotionals take us through Jeremiah 30 and 31, where God promises restoration to His people.

Sharon candidly shares her family’s experiences with addiction throughout the devotional section, and provides timely and relevant prayers and reflections as well. As I read through Praying For Your Addicted Loved One: 90 In 90, I was constantly reminded of one thing:

Prayer can accomplish what people cannot.

No matter what addictive battle your loved one is struggling with – I highly recommend Praying For Your Addicted Loved One: 90 In 90 as an arrow in your spiritual arsenal.

I rate Praying For Your Addicted Loved Ones: 90 In 90 5/5 Stars.

About Sharron K. Cosby

Sharon Cosby

Sharron Cosby is married to Dan, a Certified Addiction Professional, and together they have three adult children and five grandchildren. She works for an international charity by day and writes by night. Her passion is to share God’s message of hope, strength, and encouragement with families living in the shadow of addiction.

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Watching someone you love self-destruct hurts. Sharron Cosby’s Praying for Your Addicted Loved One: 90 in 90 provides ninety devotions of strength, hope, and encouragement to families coping with addiction. Realizing you’re not alone in your struggles brings comfort and confidence to face day-to-day challenges.

Sharron is celebrating the release of her book with a Kindle Fire giveaway. Enter today.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review purposes. I was not compensated or required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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4 Responses to “Praying For Your Addicted Loved One by Sharron K. Cosby”

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  1. Mari Corona says:

    Great share, thank you!!!

  2. Donna DM Yates says:

    What a good book to have. There are so many forms of addictions and it is truly difficult to watch a loved one suffer from any addiction.

  3. Thank you, Sharon. Praying for my nephew!

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