I Feel Insufferior: New Hope for Real Change by Melody MetzgerI Feel Insufferior: New Hope for Real Change by Melody Metzger

I Feel Insufferior: New Hope for Real Change

byMelody Metzger

Paperback | October 22, 2015

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Insecurity, inferiority, inadequacy, insufficiency, low self-esteem... the greatest plagues of mankind today, which often lead to depression and anxiety.Do you want to overcome your insufferiority? Nobody should feel or believe that they are less important than others, but it is epidemic in our society.As you read, youll get step-by-step help to overcome your insufferiority. There is hope. There is freedom. God didnt create a bunch of namby-pamby scared Christians. He built an army-an army full of Kings kids. Yes, we are heirs to the throne of God and He has provided all the tools and armour we need to be strong warriors.Do you want to be an overcomer? Do you want to embrace who God created you to be? Do you want to feel secure, adequate, sufficient, and confident? God wants you to. I want you to.
Title:I Feel Insufferior: New Hope for Real ChangeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:122 pagesPublished:October 22, 2015Publisher:Word Alive PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1486610935

ISBN - 13:9781486610938


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great book! In my forty plus years of pastoring, I’ve come to the conclusion that everyone of us suffer from feelings of low self esteem at times in our lives. Some of us cover it up with bravado or talkativeness, others of us by withdrawing from relationships. Just today, I was talking with a young man who admitted to such feelings of “insufferiority”. I love the simple, yet profound, way that Melody gets right to the root of the issue and then works her healing counsel up through the trunk and branches, and comes to the fruit. I heartily recommend this book for everyone of us who is human, or who works with people who admit that they are human. We will be encouraged as we grow healthier and happier, hiking our way through the valley of insufferiority.” Dr Barry Buzza Lead Pastor Northside Church Coquitlam BC
Date published: 2016-01-29