ISBN 10: 163409512X / ISBN 13: 9781634095129
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Inhaltsangabe: This brand-new inspiring read from author and speaker, Elizabeth Oates, is written for women who have struggled with self-worth and self-esteem. Whether you've grown up in a dysfunctional family or simply have bought into the lies sold by today's media, If You Could See as Jesus Seespromises hope. . .joy. . .a life of purpose. . .and more, while offering you a brand-new look at just who your Savior created you to be in this world. As you begin to see yourself through the lens of the Master Creator--through His lens of beauty, love, forgiveness, and mercy--you will begin to feel differently about yourself. A true life-changer!"

Rezension: As an advocate for empowering women to discover their true worth and beauty, the heart of Elizabeth's book resonates with my core conviction that every single woman is deeply valuable no matter what the world or circumstances might say otherwise. Her vulnerability about her own struggles in this area encourages us to remember we are not immune to this struggle, but must daily strive to align ourselves with the truth. . .that we are forever loved by our Creator and infinitely valuable because of Him. This is a wonderful book/study for women with a hopeful message we all need to hear.
Kirsten Dickerson, Co-founder/CEO of Raven+Lily
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At times we all struggle with our identity and mistakenly base our worth on performance and trying to measure up to an ever-changing standard. Elizabeth Oates shows us how the lenses we choose to look through color ourview and determine our so-called 'truth.' May this book help you see yourself rightly by looking through the lenses of Christ. And, by knowing His great love and acceptance, set you free from self!
Kristen Hatton, Blogger and Author, Get Your Story Straight: A Teen Guide for Learning and Living the Gospel"

This is an excellent book for women to read in community and open their eyes to the reality that they are a dearly beloved daughter of God.
Dr. Deborah Newman, Minister to Women, Park Cities Baptist Church, Author, Counselor"

Do you. . .compare yourself with the social-media versions of your friends and acquaintances? Berate yourself when your neighbor wins parent of the year? Let yourself get sucked into the vacuum of performance and comparison? If you struggle with identity and worth issues, Elizabeth Oates is a kind companion who has walked that same road. And she has a message: You can find hope for yourself and those you influence by seeing yourself as Jesus sees you.
Dr. Sandra Glahn, seminary professor and author of The Coffee Cup Bible Study series"

In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it. With vulnerability and personal transparency, Elizabeth Oates gently guides women beyond the self-loathing darkness of negative self-talk into the illuminating light of Christ filled with love, beauty, acceptance, and belonging.From enslavement to freedom, from darkness to light, from how the world sees to how Jesus sees, she whispers Jesus' words to women battling negative self-talk, reminding us all that My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.
R. Scott Gornto, author of The Stories We Tell Ourselves"

Elizabeth's offering is more of a war cry of women searching for significance. She bravely outs the enemy's tactics and refutes them with the hardest hitting weapon we have, the Word of God, just like Jesus did in the desert. I was moved to tears while reading the pages, resonating with the understanding that if women really get this, there will be an army of whole, satisfied, gloriously liberated troops ready to make the ordinary days miraculous and unafraid to shape culture toward Kingdom!
Emily Mills, Founder and Co-CEO of Jesus Said Love

Knowing that you are not alone in your struggle is an issue that all women face, and Elizabeth helps us feel [better] about our inadequacies and our struggles. . . . Get ready for a journey that will change the way you see yourself and others around you.
Deanna Nail, Founder and chief inspirer, Serendipity Ministries"

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