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So Long, Insecurity: You've Been a Bad Friend to Us
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Beth' s passion to see God free women from their insecurities and fears evolved into an online survey of more than women and men that ultimately resulted in the publication of this book, So Long, Insecurity. Partly autobiographical in nature, Beth Moore uses stories, prayers, and practical ideas to nudge women out of insecurity and into knowledge of their God-given dignity.
Through Scripture and personal stories, she exposes the truth behind the source of insecurities as well as the Godly truths He would hav So Long, Insecurity by Beth Moore is aptly subtitled: Through Scripture and personal stories, she exposes the truth behind the source of insecurities as well as the Godly truths He would have us know about our true identities. The Lord wants us to know how important we are to His kingdom and just how much He loves us, and Moore really focuses on encouraging readers to acknowledge who God created them to be.
Every chapter feels like a heart-changing conversation with a best friend who knows you inside and out.
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It's Moore's humility and love for God that shine on every page and will win over readers. Jan 18, Alison rated it really liked it. People can say what they want about Beth Moore, but nobody can deny that she can damn well encourage. This book is great for anyone struggling with insecurity. She breaks everything down, step by step, of what insecurity looks like.
And it's not just physical. I found myself realizing throughout reading this book that many of my bitterness and anxieties all stemmed from insecurity. Beth backs everything up with scripture and provides personal examples from people of all People can say what they want about Beth Moore, but nobody can deny that she can damn well encourage.
Beth backs everything up with scripture and provides personal examples from people of all different walks of life. All and all, it was an encouraging read. Aug 19, Michelle marked it as will-come-back-to-it Shelves: I started out reading this book bought a print copy and wanted to highlight sooo much! Then went to the audiobook once I realized that Beth is the narrator! How awesome is that?! Got to chapter 9 and realized I need to give that a little more time and attention than I can while listening in my car. Grabbed the ebook from the library and well, now I think I have in my possession every format of this book and in every location home, work, car.
I feel this book is going to Chapter 9. I feel this book is going to be my "go to" book for a while. A reminder of my own worth and value.
This was exactly what I needed to hear right now, I will definitely be re-listening to this very soon. I'm so glad that the author herself narrated this book because I don't think anybody else would've been able to bring the emotion this journey embodied besides the person who wrote it.
Every woman should be required to read this book! Every single woman should read this book, there is not much more to say than that. Jada Smith rated it it was amazing Jul 09, Celeste rated it it was amazing Jul 29, Abby rated it it was amazing Mar 15, I am sure the Holy Spirit was pressing this on my heart.
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I picked it up and began to read. I learned so much about myself, allowed myself to forgive and let go of somethings and was reunited with my God, who I had de-throned for a man. Insecurity cause by an unstable childhood, multiple stupid mistakes and decisions has been the root of so many of my personal, professional and even, unaware issues that I've lived with my whole life.
God threw the door open on a fiercely broken heart and has began His wonders of healing it. For me, this book is where God refreshed and reconnected with me in my pain and spiraling life. Thank you, Beth for your obedience and for just writing your heart. I needed it and God used it to stake claim on my heart once again. I just couldn't get through the beginning. For women who want intelligent, reasoned, straightforward edification e. She's funny, for sure. I enjoy watching her talks.
But this book is looooooong, and most of the book is Moore trying to be casual and relate-able "relevant".
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It seems watered-down and thin for the great masses looking to be entertained while they also get a morsel of good advice and a few Bible verses. If you need to laugh and be entertained to get through a book, then you may like this. I am from the South, and I love the South - so it's not her southern-ness that bothers me; I always find that charming.
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It's just the lack of substance combined with the length of the book. Not all women want to be placed in a box that women's ministry often assumes they are in - that we all want to talk about shopping and makeup and babies and cooking and keep things emotional all the time Some women are intellectual and serious and want a reasoned, in-depth discussion about insecurity and how Jesus and the Gospel can heal that.
I did not find that in this book. This is the best book on this subject that I've ever read. I read it about two years ago, and I still think of it often, especially some of the scripture verses that Beth Moore uses throughout the book to support the principles she is teaching. I have recommended it to a number of my friends, and I think it would help many, many women in important ways if they read it. It helped me understand that God created us as women with strength and dignity Prov. Instead of dry analysis, though, it is full of stories of women that I could relate to.
Beth Moore has written several books that I've had the pleasure of reading and each one has impacted my life in a positive way. This book has had such an enormous impact, I can honestly say, I will never be the same. And that's a good thing! For someone who has struggled with anxiety, fear, and crippling uncertainty, after years of being in an abusive marriage, with 2 young children, this book was a Godsend.
It was the last 2 chapters that really took the power away from the enemy.
I'm committed to rereading them whenever I an tempted to fall back into the trap of his tactics that try to convince me that I'm a defeated failure. That's where I was, mentally, before I began this journey of reclaiming my security. Beth, thank you so much for helping me get back on track with God's unwavering Truth, while saying goodbye to the lies that have held me hostage for years.
Thank you, God, for using Beth to change my life and, especially, my children's lives. Their future, and perhaps many generations that follow, will be much brighter now that they have a secure mother, through Christ!