Thursday, May 19, 2016

Worth Living: How God's Wild Love for You Makes You Worthy by Mary E. DeMuth

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How God's Wild Love Helps Us Overcome Feelings of Worthlessness 
All women yearn to wake up each morning knowing that, no matter what their circumstances, they can feel joy because they are secure in God's love for them and their unique place in the world. 
With deep compassion, Mary DeMuth dares women to believe that the God who starts a good work in them is faithful to bring it to glorious completion. That the God who redeems them also loves them--right now and always--with a beautiful love. That they are daughters of the King, always welcomed in his presence. She helps women discover a future where they know they are wildly loved, they feel strong and secure, and they are destined to have a great impact on the world around them



My Thoughts:
"Worth Living" is the first book I have ever read by Mary DeMuth and it will not be the last. Do you ever a moment with a book that just clicks? Something inside your heart resonates with the author? Mary is so gutsy to openly admit why would someone who struggles with worth write a book about it? That is the moment I started to cry. Something inside of her statement made me realize we all have been drinking the kool-aid of lies. And we keep drinking the poison one sip at a time until it's so deep we can't get out from it. What Mary writes will make you wrestle with the lies you didn't know where there and helps you grab ahold of truths from the Word of God. She helps point you back to the cross, while telling her personal struggle. She isn't a person that condemns but says, I STRUGGLE TOO. If you have a pulse and are human, you've found yourself in this condition at some point in your life or will again, and this book is incredible at making you feel not so alone. It will make you feel from unworthy to worth. Unloved to loved. Pick up a copy if you are in this season or know someone who could benefit. You won't regret it.

Thank you to Baker House Publishing for providing me a complimentary copy for review purposes for my honest opinion, which I have provided. I give this book 5/5 stars.

1 comment:

Karen Seal said...

This sounds like an amazing book! Thanks for sharing!! :)