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This is the best book I have read on women and fear. I think I have struggled with fear all of my life. What if .... Why ... and worry about so many things....but then, what mother doesn't? Thank you for this inspiring book. I use it often and refer back to it. I tell my friends about it.
Angie is my new best friend!!! I love her writing style, super honest and transparent... have had many "God" moments while reading this book.... I have read this one super slow cause just so much to "stomach" at one time..... LOVE IT Though since it is REALLY stretching me.... I didn't realize before how much fear there has been in my life... lots that I haven't dealt with.... and learning to "fear the Lord" in a deeper way too! Buying several copies to have as gifts!!!!
I'm only a third of way through the book, that's why not yet 5 stars. I love it. It's real. It's a "go back to" book for encouragement.
This book is not only about dealing with fear, it is about learning to surround yourself and surrender your entire life to the Lord. Angie is so honest and so transparent that I am drawn in and feelings from my own childhood and life are connected with. Even those who dont feel they are dealing with fear will find endless resources to better their own life and to help them draw closer to the Lord. As women we need this kind of honest, deep insight. Get the book!
'What Women Fear' is a must read for women who want to realize their full potential in Christ. Angie looks at common fears with a perspective that is both personal and biblical. She shows great insight into the human psyche and brings women together so they can heal their hurts and work out their salvation without looking over their shoulders. So glad I purchased this book.
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