This continues and amplifies the previous best-selling A Guide to Confident Living in its description of the methods and techniques of the psychiatric-religious clinic conducted at the Marble Collegiate Church in New York City. It stresses the healing skills of the double approach, and, through stories of the cases the clinic has handled, shows how successful living may be achieved through self-knowledge and creative faith, how the combined therapy helps to eliminate the barriers of fear and the illness of spiritual starvation. It covers also the application of these principles to health, marriage, drinking, death and growing old and shows how the revelation of the errors of the past can assist in curing the problems of the present. A book for the layman as well as his spiritual pastor. A good audience is already made for this.