Lies Women Believe

Posted on Mar 23 2013 - 4:37pm by Rebekah Schrepfer
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Lies Women Believe

and the Truth that Sets Them Free

Author:  DeMoss, Nancy Leigh   
Genre:  Women's Issues
Publisher:  Moody Press2001
Tags:  Single Ladies, Women's Ministry
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Rebekah’s Review

 

 

“We are like Eve.”  Nancy DeMoss contends that because of the way women are created, we are more susceptible to deception.  However, she will not coddle you into letting that be an excuse for sin in your life.  Her basic premise is to be aware of your weaknesses and of the lies Satan wishes you to believe; lies about God, ourselves, sin, priorities, marriage, children, emotions and circumstances.  Only one thing I would disagree with her is her thought that using contraceptives is somehow not trusting God.  (I’ve written my view about that in another book review, “Be Fruitful and Multiply”). We ought to fight the tendency to believe the lies and then think on “whatsoever things are true.”  An excellent read, and so timely in our world of self-indulgence and non-truth.  Included is a forward by Elisabeth Elliot.

 

(This review first appeared in Aletheia, January 2003)