Do You Think I'm Beautiful?: The Question Every Woman Asks
Thomas Nelson, 2003 (2003)
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Reviewed by Melissa Parcel
The question whispers from the tender places of every woman's soul: 'Do you think I'm beautiful?'
' This book is not really about self-esteem and finding the beauty inside yourself. It's about finding and accepting God's true and unconditional love, when everything else in the world points to different sources to satisfy that longing.
ngela Thomas writes in a conversational, intimate tone about her life and struggles to see herself as beautiful in God's eyes. She discusses the nature of God's love through both Scripture verses and stories from her own experiences. We are directed to God for the answers, and then shown how to overcome obstacles and to ultimately grow to relish our relationship with God. This is a groundbreaking book that will completely change how you think and feel about yourself and God. It shows that the longing for acceptance, for filling the empty places, and for getting needs met lies with God alone, not with anything else the world has to offer. It's something that Christians are taught, but that often gets overshadowed by the pressures of life.
o You Think I'm Beautiful?
is a fantastic book to be savored and studied and then passed on. The writing style is easy to follow and chapters are divided to break up the reading into small portions. A supplemental workbook/Bible study is available to further enhance learning, and
Beautiful: Seeing Yourself Through God's Eyes
is a complementary book written specifically for teen girls.
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