What Women Fear: Walking in Faith that Transforms
A woman's faith in God is challenged by the first question Satan asks Eve in the Bible: "Did God really say you can’t eat from any tree in the garden?" That seed of doubt and the story it begins to unfold breed a concept of fear still haunting each of us on some level every day-the idea that our actions could ruin something beautiful, and God might not have control of things.
In What Women Fear, acclaimed writer and speaker Angie Smith admits, "fear is a major part of my testimony" and talks openly about her treatment for anxiety as a child. Giving a voice to the problem, she says, "I truly believe every single one of us struggles with some type of fear, whether it's fear of flying or fear of being 'found out.' Maybe you don’t worry about dying, but you get sick thinking about the fact that you might fail."
Rather than suggesting that those who truly love the Lord would never fear, Angie blends her own experiences with those of men and women from throughout Scripture to help us start dealing more effectively with these true, human emotions. Whether it’s a constant "What if?," a nagging fear of abandonment or betrayal, fear of your own or someone else’s death, fear of trusting God's plan, or even the fear that God's existence is a lie, Angie will walk you through stories of others who have simultaneously loved God and struggled with fear. Join Angie and discover how to let Jesus redeem this struggle as only He can, that He will be glorified, and you will be transformed!
What people are saying - Write a review
Review: What Women Fear: Walking in Faith that TransformsUser Review - Nora St Laurent - Goodreads
I bought this book and then then purchased the audio book when I saw it on sale. I liked having both. I could highlight items in the book I wanted to remember and pray about. The audio book helped me ... Read full review
Review: What Women Fear: Walking in Faith that TransformsUser Review - Joni Patterson - Goodreads
The book explores the different reasons for fears, most of which I found completely relatable. Angie Smith writes with such vulnerability and a humility that welcomes you into a place where you can be ... Read full review
He Really Say That?
Sitting by the Well
Foundations of the World
Chasing His Hem
Wind and Waves
The First Stone
Beginning to Sink
The Scroll of Remembrance