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Tuesday, August 31, 2010Let It Go: Come Home From YOur Guilt Trip Host(s): Lynne Ford
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God's people are lugging around a tremendous amount of unwarranted guilt and inferiority. Christians everywhere beat themselves up over sins that their heavenly Father has long since forgiven. They torture themselves-pining over bad choices, lost opportunities, dismal failures-and in many cases even question their salvation. "Let It Go," (Standard, ISBN # 0-7847-2364-7), says pastor Mark Atteberry. With his customary mix of humor and heart, Atteberry shows you the way to let go of inferiority, criticism, and shame, and offers a lifeline for emotionally defeated Christians to claim-or perhaps reclaim-the joy of their salvation.
 
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Thursday, August 24, 2006I Once Was Blind But Now I Squint Host(s): Char Binkley

Part of being a human being is recognizing that we see most things through our own selfish perspective. It takes humility to pull back and admit we've been wrong in our perception. Envy, inferiority, rejection, and discouragement are four of the twelve perspectives that Kent Crockett describes in I Once Was Blind But Now I Squint (AMG Publishers, ISBN # 0-89957-139-5).
 
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