Do you desire a life of freedom? One without mental ties to hold you back? In Set Free to Live Free: Breaking Through the 7 Lies Women Tell Themselves, Saundra Dalton-Smith shares seven lies women believe and offers Bible-based truths to replace them. They are:
1. Lie: Perfection is the goal.
Truth: I am perfectly imperfect.
2. Lie: I would be happy too if I had her life.
Truth: I am too unique for comparisons.
3. Lie: If I do this, I can look like that.
Truth: My body, my temple, God’s choice.
4. Lie: Life is an all-or-none-activity.
Truth: My balanced life requires addition and subtraction.
5. Lie: Being in control is better than spontaneity.
Truth: Spontaneity is God’s opportunity to surprise me.
6. Lie: Emotional imbalance is only for crazy women.
Truth: My transparency opens the door for soul connections.
7. Lie: Everything comes with conditions.
Truth: My only limitations are the ties I allow to bind me.
Using real-life examples and God’s Word, this guidebook covers each topic in depth. It’s not a book to skim through as a quick read. Rather, it’s one to digest slowly, pray over, and apply with God’s help. The author writes, “Stretch your arms wide as you take your hands off the steering wheel of your life. Allow God to have full control of your journey. Trust him to guide you to the best destinations.”
Saundra Dalton-Smith is a doctor of internal medicine who works mostly with women patients. This resource can be used individually or in groups and includes an eight-week study guide. Those who want to break free from limitations or help others do so will benefit from this book.
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Set Free to Live Free: Breaking Through the 7 Lies Women Tell Themselves
Saundra Dalton-Smith, MD
Revell, 2011, 219 pages
About Lydia Harris
Lydia E. Harris is happily married to Milt, her sweetheart for 48 years. She has two married children, five grandkids, and is the author of a Bible study, "Preparing My Heart for Grandparenting" (AMG Publishers, 2010 release). She's also a tea enthusiast and writes the column "A Cup of Tea with Lydia."