TRIUMPHANT PERSONALITY by Robert Clyde Yarbrough
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This is a book which brings to bear upon personal problems the dynamics of religion and the techniques of psychology. The author draws from his own experience in personal counselling as well as upon his reading for illustrations to drive home the central points of his sermons or addresses, the nature of which is indicated by these chapter headings: ""Making the Most of What You Have"", ""Putting the Emphasis in the Right Place"", ""Choosing the Manner of Meeting Life,"" ""Learning to Handle Trouble"", ""Becoming the Master of Fear"", ""Confronting Death with Triumph"", ""Refusing to Give Up"". This is ""life situation"" writing at its best and ministers and other speakers will find in this volume a wealth of illustrative material.

Pub Date: March 8th, 1949
Publisher: Macmillan