Shame Off YouCome Join The Shame Off You Life!
Ever felt embarrassed just at your own presence? Somehow you are not enough. You don’t feel pretty or smart enough. Shame. Afraid to speak up, for fear of being found to be inferior? Shame. Struggling with financial circumstances and feel less than? Shame. Did you make a mistake that you feel you cannot overcome? Shame. Feel like you have to apologize for having an opinion? Shame. Or maybe it was a heart wrenching traumatic event that has left you feeling disillusioned and broken. Shame.
What a shame. Our appearance, position, status, what we do or where we come from could never define us. Yet this world tries to label and place us in boxes that limit us. God already defined us and gave us His identity – as His beloved child. And He wants to remove all the shame you have been carrying around for so long. Let go of the shame and adopt God’s perspective of you, instead.
Shame Off You shares how freedom can be found in choosing to break the cycle of shame by learning from the past, developing healthy thinking patterns, silencing lies, and overcoming the traps of vanity and other people’s opinions. Come on, you can do it. God wants to set you free. Join the Shame Off You revolution this August and live the abundant life Christ promised.
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Shame is an assault on the core of who we are. It assassinates our character, minimizes our worth, and dashes our hope. Like Adam and Eve, we often hide shame, but hiding never heals it. Left unattended, shame can develop into a crippling reality that paralyzes us. Like an infectious disease, shame impacts everyone . . . but not all shame is bad.
Shame can either be an oppressive and powerful tool of worldly condemnation or a source of conviction that God uses to bring his people back to himself. Having the discernment to know the difference and recognize shame in its many forms can change the course of one’s life.
In a transparently honest style, Pass shares of her experience dealing with shame after learning that her former husband was a sexual offender. Having lived through the aftermath, she leads you into God’s Word where you will see for yourself that God is bigger than your pain, shame, mistakes, and limitations.