One of my favorite songs is by Kari Jobe and it called “Holy Spirit”. There is one phrase that brings me to my knees, no matter how many times I have heard it. That phrase is “I’ve tasted and seen of the sweetest of loves Where my heart becomes free and my shame is undone.” It humbles me to know that no matter how bad I am, what has been allowed in my life, or what I allow to penetrate my soul, that my shame is forever undone, as a child of the King.
This books title intrigued me and had me thinking on those lyrics to that song. It is about freedom in Christ and how He can use your brokenness to bring His Name honor and glory. It is hard. It is SO hard to see all those negatives or to hear all those negatives and not let yourself be wallowing in that shame. We are free, as believers in Christ….this book is a good beginning to complete healing of those past shames and to help you find joy in the freedom that Christ offers.
If you would like to be entered to win this great book, please like any of my social media links. I will be drawing a name on July 7, 2016. Good luck.
Live free. Be free. Your shame is undone. If you do not win a copy of this book, I encourage you to go to amazon (link below) or your local Christian bookstore to purchase this. It is one that you will want to read over and over, as well as, give to others who are living with those shackles on their feet!
About the book:
Unashamed: Healing Our Brokenness and Finding Freedom from Shame offers hope to those struggling under the burden of shame. This book shines the life-giving light of the gospel on the things that leave us feeling worthless and rejected, directing our attention to the God who promises to forgive and restore us—no matter what.
About the author:
Heather Davis Nelson (MA, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a writer, counselor, and speaker. Heather writes regularly at HeatherDavisNelson.com and has been a featured writer at the Gospel Coalition, as well as a contributing author to the Journal of Biblical Counseling. She and her husband are parents to twin daughters and live in southeastern Virginia.
Where readers can buy book: Link