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Throughout Scripture, God reveals himself as the Great I AM. He does not define himself with reference to any thing, person, or trait. He is, and that is enough. When women introduce ourselves, we typically describe ourselves in terms of our relationships (the wife, mother, daughter, sister, or friend of someone else) or our accomplishments (our title, position, education, or accolades). When our identity is wrapped up in these external things, we inevitably–and exhaustingly!–strive to prove ourselves worthy of love, attention, or affirmation.
But God never meant for us to focus on whether we are “enough,” whether we measure up. He made us–every piece of us–to be just as he is. Jerusha Clark discovered this while exploring the seven powerful “I am” statements of Jesus recorded in the Gospel of John. Now she invites you to join her in embracing the life and truth of these words, relishing the freedom of an identity fixed on Christ alone while leaving behind fear, bitterness, busyness, and toxic thoughts that steal our joy and limit our power.
We often measure ourselves against others. Am I enough, Am I successful, Am I as good as the rest, etc. This book is a great reminder that God made us all equal and that we don’t have to compete for his love or strive to be better. The book is well written and covers great topics, but it reads more like a lecture than anything. This was a turn off for me. It didn’t hold my attention for long. It’s definitely geared towards women and would not make a good read for men.
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