“‘And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.’ The second is this, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”
Mark 12:30-31 NASB
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It is no small thing to love yourself as God commands. In fact, far too many believers don’t even notice how regularly and casually they curse themselves. We sow self-hatred into our lives and are taken by surprise when we begin to reap that harvest of hate. Overcoming Self-hatred addresses the hidden hatred that believers nurse without a second thought.
• Do you wish you were smarter or better looking or stronger than you are?
• Are you “hard” on yourself when you fall short?
• Do you indulge yourself rather than nurture yourself?
• Do you receive grace for yourself when you fail or do you punish yourself?
• Do you agree with Satan’s accusations of you or do you listen for God’s assessment?
Martha Kilpatrick, Overcoming Self-hatred
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I'm literally light as air in my soul after reading it!
Posted by Stacy on 25th Nov 2018
I just read Overcoming self hatred via kindle. A must read! I'm literally light as air in my soul after reading it. Definitely ministered to me!!! I will go back for a second read and make notes. Then a third time! I am grateful and thankful for this 'booklet', Overcoming self hatred.
I also got Altogether Forgiven to read during the blizzard that will blow in tomorrow. Very much looking forward to reading Altogether Forgiven!
Even if you don't think of it as self hatred
Posted by Celia on 24th Nov 2018
I just read this and it is great! Even if you don't think of it as self hatred, if you have self condemnation, guilt, or just impatient with your sin, slip ups or mistakes, this is a short booklet that will put things in perspective. - Celia
“Give me the help of the Blood. And I put the punishment for my sins on Christ, who took it willingly. What an insult for me to put a punishment on myself or accept a punishment from Satan when Jesus took it ALL, and bore it ALL, and died in it ALL. Forgive me, Lord Jesus! Forgive me, Father! What a sacrifice… that You gave Your Son for me to be free of this condemnation, to defeat the devil, and to stand victorious –within and without. Father, have mercy on us! Oh, let us not reject Your great Gift. Your Sacrifice. “I rebuke this mountain of pride and cast it into the sea –this mountain of the pride of self-condemnation, the pride to even consider it. Lord Jesus, I cast my sins upon You and I will not take them back."