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Overcoming Pride - Release false humility or arrogance embrace an understanding of who you are and what you were created to be - cover

Overcoming Pride - Release false humility or arrogance embrace an understanding of who you are and what you were created to be

Alice Briggs

Publisher: Alice Arlene Ltd Press

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Summary

Do you feel that you have to be the best to have any value?
 
Do you always have to be better than others?
 
Do you feel that you are horrible and can’t take a compliment?
 
If so, you may need some healing from pride.
 
Unhealthy pride tells you that you are better than others. It tells you that you can’t be bothered to do something “beneath” you or your position to help someone else. Pride may also wrap itself in false humility and be overly critical and harsh with yourself.
 
Pride lies.
 
This book will walk you through emotional and spiritual healing strategies from a Christian worldview so you won’t need to listen to those lies ever again. We’ll cover:
 
Generational Issues
 
Ungodly Beliefs and Lies
 
Emotional Wounds
 
Demonic Oppression
 
And more!
 
Plus strategies to walk out the healing you’ve received.
 
Are you ready to heal your heart and embrace the fullness of your identity?
 
Click the button to get your copy of Overcoming Pride now.

 
Note: Each book in this series utilizes the same tools, but is tailored to each topic.

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