Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Breaking Free from Fear
Kay’s style is to have the reader mark their book with different symbols, such as putting circles, squiggly lines, triangles, crosses, underlines, etc. around certain words or phrases. That seems to take away from my flow of reading. But that can always be adapted to the readers style and preferences.
Overall, as I read through this book on helping each person break free from fear, I found it helpful as she used a great deal of scripture to help the reader gain a better understanding of Jesus’ place in their life. This is an open ended book, with thoughtful questions, related to the passages, as she hopes to move the reader beyond being a slave to fear. Her conclusion is our way to resolve our fears is to have a healthy fear of the Lord. She begins each chapter with a short thought and ends with a Wrap Up section.
I believe this would be an excellent resource to help people move through life with a healthy fear of the Lord and reduced fear of the world.
I received this book from Waterbrook Multnomah for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.