I just resonate with Lysa so much! I went through the Bible Study with just the Uninvited Study Guide last year and really got a lot out of it, though I didn't think I would. So this year I decided to buy the book, and it went even deeper into her struggles and personal stories, which was refreshing to hear a leader opening up about their struggles, weaknesses, and failures.I would highly recommend!!
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Do you ever feel left out, lonely, or less than? Today, learn the secret of belonging which will help you keep rejections in perspective and be better equipped to foster healthy connections in your relationships.
In Uninvited, Lysa shares her own deeply personal experiences of rejection from the perceived judgment of the perfectly toned woman one elliptical over to the incredibly painful childhood abandonment by her father. She leans in to honestly examine the roots of rejection, as well as rejection's ability to poison relationships from the inside out, including our relationship with God. With biblical depth, gut honest vulnerability, and refreshing wit, Lysa will help you:
- Stop feeling left out by believing that even when you are overlooked by others you are handpicked by God.
- Change your tendency to either fall apart or control the actions of others by embracing God-honoring ways to process your hurt.
- Know exactly what to pray for the next ten days to steady your soul and restore your confidence in the midst of rejection.
- Overcome the two core fears that feed your insecurities by understanding the secret of belonging.
Uninvited reminds us we are destined for a love that can never be diminished, tarnished, shaken, or taken—a love that does not reject or uninvite.Uninvited - eBook
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I just resonate with L...
I dont typically read...
I don't typically read Christian self-improvement books. I chose this one because the subtitle promised that it would address issues of interest to me. I was prepared to be cynical about the contents, and I did find certain features, such as the full-page pull quotes and frequent references to the author's cellulite, a bit much. But Lysa TerKeurst won me over with her openness and sincerity, even if what she had to say wasn't very surprising. She offers some good advice here, but it is only for female evangelical Christians (whom she insists upon calling "girls"). If you don't fit that description, you won't get much out of it, but if you do you may find it useful.
While occasionally a b...
While occasionally a bit to folksy in style, this Christian reflection on dealing with rejection in all of its many variations had some really profound thoughts to add to my experience that made this book a worthwhile read for me.
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