Free to Be Me

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2003 - Religion - 194 pages
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Do you feel “ordinary”? Think you have to “be good” and “do good” for God to love you? Are you afraid to fail or “rock the boat” in relationships? If so, you're not alone. Betty Robison spent years paralyzed by fear and self-doubt, believing nothing she did was ever enough . . . that she could never measure up. Free to Be Me is her story—of how a shy girl from Texas found freedom in God's love and acceptance of us just as we are right now, and help in breaking free of destructive patterns, past behaviors, and negative thoughts.
 

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Very heartwarming!

User Review  - Donna Simon - Christianbook.com

I had this book several months before I sat down and started reading. It came free with some other books I ordered from "Life Today". I guess I just thought it won't be that interesting, because it ... Read full review

Not about "doing", all about "being".

User Review  - Aromagradavel - Christianbook.com

An excellent testimony of Betty's walk with God, a great picture of God's woderful work and mighty power to transform life into Life. Through her life story, Betty helps her readers to understand God ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION Looking for Hope? xi
9
CHAPTER THREE Being Good
25
CHAPTER six Together
45
CHAPTER EIGHT His Way His Time
63
CHAPTER TEN Freedoms Path
83
CHAPTER TWELVE The Wallflower Released
127
CHAPTER SIXTEEN World Changers
159
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