What have you learned about yourself from your past and current relationships? We learn who we are and what we can hope for from others in the context of our relationships with family, friends, and others around us. Some of what we have learned and experienced may even blind us to what is really true about God, leaving us both yearning for and afraid of closeness with Him.
Coupling the teachings of Christ and His prophets with gospel-oriented ideas from her counseling background, Wendy Ulrich probes faulty assumptions that we may bring to our relationship with God. By understanding and healing these false beliefs and then following the teachings of Christ about how we can ''come unto Him,'' we learn to see God more accurately, rely on Him more trustingly, and become strengthened in His love.
I love this book. Read it four times right after I bought it. Bought several copies for gifts.
PLEASE have Wendy record it for CDs, in her own voice.
I commute 100 miles a day, which doesn't leave much time for reading or re-reading anything.
I need to read it again. CDs would be a huge blessing for me.
This book is PHENOMENAL!
So many thoughts worth pondering!
Filled with stories that you can relate to-- you will discover a desire to strengthen your relationship with our Heavenly Father and find the help to do so.
Always filled with insight and presented with warmth, Wendy Ulrich's writings are among the most helpful I've read. "Let God Love You" became for me a powerful invitation to examine my relationship with the Lord and ponder about how it could be better. What a gift it has been to understand this more clearly!