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Lies Women Believe And the Truth That Sets Them Free

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ISBN-10: 0802472966

ISBN-13: 9780802472960

Edition: 2002

Authors: Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Elisabeth Elliot, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth

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The lies Christian women believe are at the root of their struggles. In Lies Women Believe, Nancy Leigh DeMoss exposes areas of deception common to many Christian women -- lies about God, sin, priorities, marriage and family, emotions, and more. She deals honestly with women's delusions and illusions and then gently leads them to the truth of God's word that leads to true freedom.
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Book details

List price: $15.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Publication date: 1/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.166
Language: English

<b Nancy Leigh DeMoss</b es la anfitriona y maestra del programa Aviva nuestro coraz�n, que se transmite en ingl�s por m�s de 500 emisoras de radio en los Estados Unidos. Es tambi�n la autora del libro de m�s venta, Mentiras que las mujeres creen, y muchos m�s publicados por Editorial Portavoz.<p <b Nancy Leigh DeMoss</b is the host and teacher for Revive Our Hearts, a radio program for women heard daily on more than five hundred outlets in the USA.

Elisabeth Elliot, one of the outstanding women of present-day Christianity, is the author of more than twenty books, including Passion and Purity, The Journals of Jim Elliot, and These Strange Ashes. She and her husband, Lars Gren, live in Magnolia, Massachusetts.

Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth has touched the lives of millions of women through Revive Our Hearts and the True Woman Movement, calling them to heart revival and biblical womanhood. Her love for the Word and the Lord Jesus is infectious and permeate her online outreaches, conference messages, books, and two nationally syndicated radio programs - Revive Our Hearts and Seeking Him. Her books have sold close to 3 million copies.

Truth... or Consequences
Lies Women Believe about God
God is not really good.
God doesn't love me.
God is just like my father.
God is not really enough.
God's ways are too restrictive.
God should fix my problems.
Lies Women Believe About Themselves
I'm not worth anything.
I need to learn to love myself.
I can't help the way I am.
I have my rights.
Physical beauty matters more than inner beauty.
I should not have to live with unfulfilled longings.
Lies Women Believe About Sin
I can sin and get away with it.
My sin isn't really that bad.
God can't forgive what I have done.
I am not fully responsible for my actions and reactions.
I cannot walk in consistent victory over sin.
Lies Women Believe About Priorities
I don't have time to do everything I'm supposed to do.
I can make it without consistent time in the Word and prayer.
A career outside the home is more valuable and fulfilling than being a wife and mother.
Lies Women Believe About Marriage
I have to have a husband to be happy.
It is my responsibility to change my mate.
My husband is supposed to serve me.
If I submit to my husband, I will be miserable.
If my husband is passive, I've got to take the initiative, or nothing will get done.
Sometimes divorce is a better option than staying in a bad marriage.
Lies Women Believe About Children
It's up to us to determine the size of our family.
Children need to get exposed to the 'real world' so that they can learn to function in it.
All Children will go through a rebellious stage.
I know my child is a Christian because he prayed to receive Christ at an early age.
We are not responsible for how our children turn out.
Lies Women Believe About Emotions
If I feel something, it must be true.
I can't control my emotions.
I can't help how I respond when my hormones are out of whack.� (It's understandable to act like a shrew at certain times.)
The answer to depression must first be sought in medication and/or psychotherapy.
Lies Women Believe About Circumstances
If my circumstances were different, I would be different.
I shouldn't have to suffer.
My circumstances will never change - this will go on forever.
I just can't take any more.
It's all about me.
Countering Lies with the Truth
The Truth That Sets Us Free
Companion Guide:
Acknowledgements
Introduction
How to Get the Most out of This Study
Laying the Foundation
Trusting God
Seeing My as God Sees Me
Understanding Sin
Setting Priorities
Honoring God in My�Marriage
Raising Childern
Handling Emotions
Dealing with Circumstances
Walking in Freedom
Response Letter to Nancy
Suggestions for Group Leaders