Beth Moore brings out another topic that women deal with, but keep under their pillow: battles with what really defines a person. Insecurity sources can come in many forms: beauty salons, brand name expensive clothing storms, salon and manicures, and invitations to parties. By calling out the lies that women cling to for reaffirmation, Moore lists ways to set out proper priorities, starting with learning their worth in their loving Creator and Father God. Learning to find their strength and dignity outside of the lies of the world, women find their freedom in Jesus Christ. This book is one that every woman should have in their library, and reread it often.
This was a book I reviewed for Tyndale House Publishers.
God really spoke to my heart through this book. I wanted to buy a copy for every woman I know. This book is full of heartfelt talk from Beth Moore about one of the issues that plagues most women: insecurity. Beth encourages us to rise above feelings of insecurity through the help of the Holy Spirit and believe what God has spoken about us. This book changed my perspective. It was also an easy and very enjoyable read.
This is a book that you will want to devour because you are relating to many of the areas of insecurities, but it is also one that you will want to take your time and savor and ponder as you work your way through it. It is author Beth Moore's hope that an insecure woman opening the cover will close the book a secure woman, finding hope and an answer, not just having read a book.