Left untreated, rejection wounds self-esteem and cripples self-concept. Many turn to prayer—yet, that is only one necessary step in dealing with the spirit of rejection. This book borrows insight from simple medical practice to help readers add wisdom to their prayers and uproot the detrimental effects of rejection. We’ll apply pressure to the wound(s), clean the wound(s) and protect the wound(s) as well as understand how rejection is both an indictment against the rejecter and a stepping stone for promotion. Each chapter of this book includes reflection questions that can be used individually (with journaling or counseling) or in group discussions.