In a world where many women wonder if they measure up, the quest for perfection can be exhausting! For those who are overloaded and overwhelmed by feelings of inadequacy comes an authentic and powerful lifeline of reassurance by best-selling author and popular motivational speaker Ganel-Lyn Condie. Featuring lessons taught through scripture, Church leaders, and personal experience, this inspirational book highlights the eternal strength inherent in and available to every woman. Readers will laugh, cry, and feel supported as they live their earthly missions with renewed peace and confidence. From the innate beauty of daughters of God to the gift of self-acceptance to the transcendent power of Christ’s grace, sisters in every stage of life will be inspired to live more freely and fearlessly by learning to embrace their eternal potential and realize they are already more than enough—they are magnificent.
MY REVIEW: (LAWonder10)
Once again, Ganel-Lyn Condie has written a very uplifting, inspiring reminder to women, that each is indeed a daughter of royalty - of God!
She offers wisdom on how to train oneself to believe and feel as God sees us. She gives advise on how to feel God's presence more fully in ones' life.
By giving many personal and scriptural examples, she encourages women to not only value themselves, but o teach these same values to one's children through word and deed.
I particularly liked an analogy she used in relating a story of a very challenging time in her life. After a severe storm in her community, a badly broken and damaged tree remained. Only a portion of the trunk remained. As she observed the tree in weeks and months to come, As more than a year passed by, a regrowth had begun. A few solid branches grew. As the change in the tree continued, she adapted that change to her own life, then compared the two.
In this book, one learns, God is not the founder of fear and how one can overcome it. The author reinforces this through amazing examples.
One will never read the certain scriptures,referred to y Ganel-Lyn , in the same attitude as before. They will be viewed in a greater "light".
One must take courage in the trials of this life as royalty, with dignity and strength. Through the words of this book, it will motivate, inspire and educate each woman as to how this is accomplished.
Ending each chapter with what she hopes the reader will "Takeaway" from it, she summarizes key points.
Whether entering adulthood or in the declining years, this book is highly recommended.
I offer a Five Stars rating for this book.
*This was gifted me with no suggestion of a positive review. This is my honest review.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Ganel-Lyn Condie is dedicated to her family, faith, and inspiring others to live a more balanced life. She loves teaching others through her writing, speaking, and consulting.
Ganel-Lyn lives with an open heart and feels passionate about sharing personal spiritual practices that will empower others to live purposeful and joyful lives. Ganel-Lyn enjoys writing a column, "Everyday Faith," for the Daily Herald newspaper in Utah.
Ganel-Lyn's first book, "I Can Do Hard Things with God" [Covenant Communications, February 2015] was a bestseller, inspiring readers all over the world to do their own “hard things” with God. Healing from a major chronic illness and overcoming infertility to become the mother to two miracle children, Ganel-Lyn has learned, first hand, how to do "hard things with God."
"I Can Forgive with God," the newly released sequel to "Hard Things," is a compilation of inspirational essays of women who have overcome and forgiven in the face of devastating tragedies and trials.
Ganel-Lyn looks forward to one more book releasing later in 2016 and another two books coming in early 2017. She loves growing older, and after 25 years of marriage, Ganel-Lyn believes that a life of LEARNING is a life of LOVE. She is known for teaching gospel principles and inspiring others with her unique honesty, authenticity and heart.
Ganel-Lyn is an award-winning journalist and the former editor of Wasatch Woman magazine. She earned her bachelor's degree in elementary education and psychology from Arizona State University. She lives in Utah with her husband and two children.
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