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Weakness Is Not Sin: The Liberating Distinction That Awakens Our Strengths (2009)

by Wendy Ulrich(Favorite Author)
4.32 of 5 Votes: 4
160641139X (ISBN13: 9781606411391)
Deseret Book
review 1: This book is great. Our L.D.S. Councilor recommended it. I read a little without the kids on Valentines day when my husband had to have a procedure done. I am took forever to get into it because it is on my husbands kindle and I like the feel of books. Sorry that has nothing to do with this book. I finally borrowed the paperback version from a friend and finished it. It was a great book. "We have had a tornado of a week." say's my husband. I just don't think I have the time do the book justice at the moment because I am quite drained. To be continued...
review 2: Sorry, not a review yet. I'm still in Ch. 2. I think I understand the difference between weakness and sin as explained but I still have questions... If we are plagued by a particular weakness and t
... moreake steps to repent of sins we may have committed as a result of this weakness, what happens when because of this weakness you sin again? I mean, you genuinely feel sorry and are willing to do anything for forgiveness. You commit to "sin no more", but say days, weeks, or even years later you succumb to the weakness and sin again? Does that mean you never truly repented to begin with or are you starting over again even though you just committed the same sin you repented of however long ago? less
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I need to re-read this at a future date to remember the principles discussed.
Full of insight; a book to read, contemplate, and read again.
This book has the potential to shift your paradigms.
Awesome great book,
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