Thursday, June 8, 2017

The Lies that Bind By Deborah Waterbury GIVEAWAY!



We are often bound by lies, lies about who we are and who God is and lies about what that means in our lives. Those lies start when we are young, often having their beginnings with a word or an action or a deed, and those lies are insidious. We don’t realize that our very identities are being built on a foundation of illusion, but that’s exactly the way the Enemy wants it. Because if he can keep us confused about who we really are in Christ, then the work we can be doing on behalf of our Savior is stunted in pain and misery as those lies build on themselves throughout our lives. Dr. Deb Waterbury gets real in The Lies that Bind, a very candid look into her own life as she exposes five specific lies that Satan told her about who she was and how those lies derailed her well into adulthood. How can we break those bonds and what truths must we replace those lies with once we expose them to the light of truth? This book is a book of deliverance. Every lie is exposed, and then each chapter ends with a prayer of deliverance and a list of Scripture verses that tell the beautiful truth that Satan doesn’t want you to know about who you are as a child of God, the beloved bride of Christ. Break the bondage of the lies you’ve lived in, and live as the free child of the Most High that you are!

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My Thoughts...
The author shares about her life falling apart. She also shares about God helping her put it all back together again.
  I love the analogy of the bee in the honey and hope and you all pick up a copy and find out what I am talking about. This is a much needed read for many.
I found this book to be one that we all need to read at difficult times.
I gave this book 4 stars. I recommend it. I will be getting copies for close friends.
 I received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.

16 comments:

  1. Definitely sounds like an interesting book! I'll have to check it out soon. Great review :-)

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  2. I will check the library for this.

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  3. Sounds like an uplifting read. Thanks Mary.

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  4. Not my kind of book. I'm sure it's good for others.

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  5. I enjoyed your review, but not sure this is a book or me.

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  6. Mary, enough of these kinds of books. Give me some books to buy that will take me away and make me a happy girl again.

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  7. Definitely, definitely, need to read this book! Not only for myself, but I have some friends who could benefit from this. Thanks Mary for bringing this book out for a review!

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  8. I think I need to get a copy of this book. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. I'd read it ! Blessings ,DanaGirl

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  10. Not sure this is one for me. Thanks for the review!

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