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No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending
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No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending

Author: Fleece, Esther; Louie and Shelley Giglio [Foreword]
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ISBN: 0310344751 / 9780310344759
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Zondervan
Release Date: 2017-01-10
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Scripture reveals a God who meets us where we are, not where we pretend to be. No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get honest with God through the life-giving language of lament.

If you've ever been given empty clichés during challenging times, you know how painful it is to be misunderstood by well-meaning people. When life hurts, we often feel pressure--from others and ourselves--to keep it together, suck it up, or pray it away. But Scripture reveals a God who lovingly invites us to give honest voice to our emotions when life hits hard.

For most of her life, Esther Fleece Allen believed she could bypass the painful emotions of her broken past by shutting them down altogether. She was known as an achiever and an overcomer on the fast track to success. But in silencing her pain, she robbed herself of the opportunity to be healed. Maybe you've done the same.

Esther's journey into healing began when she discovered that God has given us a real-world way to deal with raw emotions and an alternative to the coping mechanisms that end up causing more pain. It's called lament--the gut-level, honest prayer that God never ignores, never silences, and never wastes.

No More Faking Fine is your permission to lament, taking you on a journey down the unexpected pathway to true intimacy with God. Drawing from careful biblical study and hard-won insight, Esther reveals how to use God's own language to come closer to him as he leads us through our pain to the light on the other side, teaching you that:

  • We are robbing ourselves of a divine mystery and a divine intimacy when we pretend to have it all together
  • God does not expect us to be perfect; instead, he meets us where we are
  • There is hope beyond your heartache, disappointment, and grief

Like Esther, you'll soon find that when one person stops faking fine, it gives everyone else permission to do the same.

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