Friday, June 24, 2016

A Give-Away!!


Do you remember last year at ReNEWed Life when Mary DeMuth touched on the lies we believe that leave us feeling unworthy? Could you relate to any of them? Perhaps you are a new friend to our ministry and are not sure what I'm talking about, but can relate to the struggle with unworthiness. I believe if we're honest, we all can! So please don't feel alone in this battle. You don't have to be unequipped either!

Mary recently released a new book titled "Worth Living" and it is worth reading! Here's a glimpse of what the book is about -

"All women yearn to wake up each morning know that no matter what their circumstances, they can feel joy because they are secure in God's love for them and their unique place in the world.

With deep compassion, Mary DeMuth dares women to believe that the God who starts a good work in them is faithful to bring it to glorious completion. That the God who redeems them also loves them - right now and always - with a beautiful love. That they are daughters of the King, always welcomed in His presence. She helps women discover a future where they know they are wildly loved, they feel strong and secure, and they are destined to have a great impact on the world around them."

Today we are going to bless someone with a copy of their own, so in order to enter share your answer to this question -

In what way have you ever felt unworthy? 

If time is short just leave your name and email so we can contact you if you win! Also for a second entry, share this post with friends via social media - just let us know you did!

Stop by next Friday when we will announce the winner and do another give-away!!! Registration forms are now available and can be printed from our blog!! Let us know if you have any questions. Blessings friends!

4 comments:

  1. Being a perfectionist, I've often felt like I'm not good enough (or unworthy) of God's love...or to do the thugs He's called me to do. I grew up in church and have known as long as I remember that we are saved by grace and not works. However, I've still struggled with it. I try to combat the lies with truth, but seem to slip back into my self-reliant, perfectionist tendencies.
    Rachel B
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  2. I used to feel unworthy all the time. When I was younger I suffered from depression and felt very alone in this world. That was such a dark time for me and I really wish I knew our Lord back then! I'm excited to read this book!! Mary was amazing last year!

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  3. I feel sometimes unworthy when I struggle with a sin that keeps happening that at I don't want to keep doing. This brings to mind Romans 7:14-25.

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  4. I feel unworthy when I base my self worth off my work, running, when I don't like what I see in the mirror, the way I treat my husband sometimes, how I deal with other people. Working on taking all thoughts captive!

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