Drawn from passages and scriptures Beth Moore brings to light in her New York Times best-selling book, So Long Insecurity, this short audio will prompt women to find their soul-deep security in God. Divided topically by common insecurities women face, The Promise of Security provides a portable boost of hope and confidence that will encourage women to continue on in their quest for soul-deep security.
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Just so good, though I wouldn't expect anything different from Beth! Such great words of wisdom pack in a small co pack book. So glad I purchased this book,
Yes. I will listen to this book over and over again. This is the most encouraging book I have read in a long time! Beth Moore is her own best narrator, and the love of God that she writes about comes across beautifully in her voice.
This book is about security, but it is also about the basic attitude with which a Christian should face life. She is never preachy or judgmental, just loving and encouraging. The concepts that she introduces are very deep, but she expresses them simply and with so much joy that the listener feels refreshed, not overwhelmed.
Beth Moore writes about highly complicated topics with such love and simplicity that it makes theology (the study of God) seem refreshing - not complicated.
Beth's voice contains so much love, reassurance, and comfort that you feel like she knows you personally and is reading the words directly to you.
Encouragement for the weary soul.
Listen to this book! I cannot imagine any Christian for whom this book would not be a great source of comfort. Her writing and her voice are so soothing that you will want to listen to this forty-minute book again and again.
I find most Christian writing to be at least somewhat discouraging in its view that it is up to you to impress God. Beth's philosophy is that if God has saved you, that means He already loves you, so just relax in the comfort of His presence and enjoy Him. Thank you, Beth!
She does not condone sin or give you the idea that God will not change you, she simply invites you in her loving, carefree, comforting way to approach God and let Him approach you. Personally, I really like that perspective, and I think any other reader looking for comfort and encouragement will, too.
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