Book Review: Letting Go of Your Limitations

book by Sandie Freed
Letting Go of Your Limitations
Experiencing God's Transforming Power
By Sandie Freed

Are you tired of trying so hard? Trying to live the transformed life you're called to? Trying to access God's power in order for change to happen? Instead of trying, let go. Let go of the limitation of "religion" a place of trying harder where you never measure up. Step into God's grace. You'll be empowered supernaturally beyond your experience.

What's Holding you Back? Ministry Leader Dr. Sandie Freed helps you to identify and let go of

  • Pressure to achieve results
  • pride, and squelched passions
  • reliance on yourself, and a hardened heart
  • efforts to please God on your own
  • defeated attitudes, and disappointments
  • fear of intimacy with God
In each chapter, Sandie walks with you through a Scripture story illustrating a limitation. She shares her own experiences, directs you in a reflective activity and affirms you with biblical truth. This is your field guide to letting go and finding the place of God's promised rest, where his supernatural power will be realized in your life.

Dr. Sandie Freed is an internationally known speaker, author and teacher, She and her husband Micky pastor Lifegate Church International and are the founders and directors of Zion Ministries in Hurst Texas.

The first sentence of this review really means a lot to me personally. I wrote a whole blog post about being tired from expectations, and trying to hard to achieve them, so Letting Go of Your Limitations seems like it'd be the perfect book for me. You see, although this book is well written and has great evidence to back it up, I can't do it. Even the title reminds me of math class (limits) and I have a lot of goals I want to achieve. Although this didn't really work for me, it might for you. If you like Loorie Moore's Self Help or Dangerous by Caleb Bislow I think that you'll really be a fan of Letting Go of your Limitations. 
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