Feel like your best just isn't good enough? You're not the first to be ashamed of who you are! Through biblical accounts of God's healing, Wright establishes a theological foundation that will show you how to give up your unending quest for approval and find freedom in Christ. Previously published as Shame Off You.
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Review 1 for Free Yourself, Be Yourself: Find the Power to Escape Your Past
Date:June 24, 2010
I enjoyed this book for the most part. It has some very good advice. The only reason I gave it 3 stars is because to me it was a bit charasmatic for my taste. Like on page 228 where he explains a special speaker slapped him in the stomach and said, "Filled" and then he fell to the ground laughing, crying and shaking. He explains that he laid up front like that for an hour while the Evangelist finished his service. There were a few other things mentioned along this line. No offense, but just not my cup of tea.
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Review 2 for Free Yourself, Be Yourself: Find the Power to Escape Your Past
Date:May 29, 2010
The second most powerful book I have ever read. The only book more Powerful is the Bible.It equips one to get past the things (guilt) that have weighed them down.Since reading this a little over a year ago. Originally named " Shame Off You" I have given away my personal copy which was given to me, purchased a few more copies and passed them on. Even if you were like me and had it all worked out, on the path and living right, you may just find things (stuff) that are holding down and back without even knowing it!Chris