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In the opening chapters of So Long, Insecurity, Beth Moore writes: “I’m convinced that many women—if not most—have enough insecurity to hinder them…we need to own up to a serious problem and seek serious solutions from a Creator who wonderfully crafted us.”
As Moore studies her own life and the lives of the countless women whose stories she has heard, the theme of insecurity surfaces again and again. By addressing insecurity as a foundational issue for women, Moore brings a profound message of freedom. Women don’t have to live lives dictated by insecurity. Instead, they can live securely in the love of Jesus Christ.
To prove her point, Moore exposes the insecurities of biblical characters from Sarah to Paul. She shows that insecurity is endemic to the human race, but Jesus Christ longs to bring all of us into a life made secure by God’s strength in our weakness. Moore challenges women to let God replace their fear and insecurity with His love and peace.
Join Beth Moore in a journey of identifying, challenging, and saying So Long to our insecurities to live into the fullness of life that God offers.