Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely

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New York Times bestselling author Lysa TerKeurst leans into the deeply personal topic of rejection and takes readers on a journey to explore its roots; the lies we believe as a result; and the truth about who God is, who we are, and what it looks like to live loved. -- from publisher website.
Publisher: Nashville : Thomas Nelson, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781400205875
Characteristics: x, 273 pages ; 22 cm


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Nov 16, 2018

It made me look at certain things differently, especially when times were tough. It gave me a sense of comfort from reading this and I love all the little messages she wrote in each chapter as a small take away.

ArapahoeSarah Jul 25, 2018

An interesting book that definitely challenges the reader to think about how they view their self-worth. It is not my favorite book on this topic, but it did provide some meaningful tidbits to consider.

bibliosara May 22, 2018

Lysa Terkeurst's blatant honesty and down-to-earth anecdotes make this religious self-help book a winner.
For anyone (but especially women) who has experienced rejection, loneliness, and self-doubt, this book will welcome you to a new perspective. Terkeurst makes it clear that it is not about blaming the other person - even when they are wrong - because it won't get you anywhere. It's also not about blaming yourself. It's not about blame at all! It's about changing your perspective; releasing your dependence on the opinions of others, accepting that sometimes it really is you, not them, and rediscovering God's love for you.

Aug 28, 2017

The author is authentic and sensitive to the readers - she wrote " Let me reach out of this flat page right now and grasp your hand. Feel the tenderness in my touch and the sincerity in what I'm about to say."

Oct 15, 2016

Did not realize reality would be blended with fiction. Not the book for me.


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ArapahoeMaryA Feb 07, 2019

Rejection—It may be a delay. It may be a distraction. It may even be a devastation for a season but it is not your final destination.

Things of this world all eventually reveal what incapable anchors they really are.

How dangerous it is when our souls are gasping for God but we’re too distracted flirting with the world to notice.

Live from the abundant place that you are loved, and you won’t find yourself begging others for scraps of love.


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