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by Christa Black

eBook God Loves Ugly download ISBN: 0615416403
Author: Christa Black
Publisher: Gifford Publishing; First edition (November 26, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 222
ePub: 1428 kb
Fb2: 1175 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: lrf txt lit mbr
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

Do you ever look in the mirror and hate what you see? Your eyes can. From world-touring stadium performer to rehab-bound b DO YOU EVER LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND HATE WHAT YOU SEE? Your eyes can lie. Rejection, shame, and self-hatred can poison perceptions and hinder us from seeing and believing what's actually true.

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Whenever Christa Black looked in the mirror, she was waging a war with herself

Whenever Christa Black looked in the mirror, she was waging a war with herself. A preacher's kid, she'd grown up imagining God as a "thou shalt not" tyrant. It was only when she miraculously discovered God's unconditional love for her-physical imperfections, moral failings, and all-that she finally began to accept herself. In this raw testimony, Christa Black takes women on a step-by-step journey of faith and positive belief to reveal that if God loves ugly, then we can too. Author Bio. ▼▲.

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Whenever Christa Black looked in the mirror, she was waging a war with herself.

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Embed faithwords 5994 views 2012-12-06T16:49:07 For years Christa Black was haunted by the woman she saw in the mirror-a woman who critical words and life experience had convinced her was unlovable. Your eyes can lie. Rejection, shame and self-hatred can poison perceptions and hinder us from seeing and believing what's actually true.

DO YOU EVER LOOK IN THE MIRROR AND HATE WHAT YOU SEE? Your eyes can lie. Rejection, shame, and self-hatred can poison perceptions and hinder us from seeing and believing what's actually true. In GOD LOVES UGLY Christa Black shares her personal victory against powerful adversaries--her thoughts, feelings, and reflection. From world-touring stadium performer to rehab-bound bulimic binge eater, Christa's unashamed transparency will win your heart, hold your attention, and give you practical tools to overcome the monsters that can consume our lives. She invites the reader into her own painful struggles and spiritual journey, providing solutions to life's problems in a highly entertaining and vulnerable, yet empowering way. You were made to live free. Whether you are struggling with an eating disorder, depression, addiction, or just feeling a little insecure, GOD LOVES UGLY will shift the way you think, motivate permanent change, and inspire your heart to find peace
Comments: (7)
LadyShlak
and I stayed up late reading to finish it! I first came to know Christa Black's musical and lyrical talent through the famous artist, Michael W. Smith. After hearing Christa perform, I bought her CD and heard the song..."God Loves Ugly". (You may have also heard this song on the Jordin Sparks, the American Idol winner, CD. Christa openly shares her story, pain, struggle, and...how she found joy...and how she wants to encourage women to have confidence. Her talent is amazing. Her lyrics are amazing. Her book will open your eyes and give you hope. I am totally excited that this book is now available on Kindle also! I have already started sending this book to my fellow Kindle users as a gift! Yes. The message in the book is that powerful!
Agagamand
This book is brilliant, it's an easy read and is for everyone. Yes, it is mainly for girls but I believe guys should read it too. We have all grown up believing lies about ourselves because of what others have said or done to us. Christa takes you on her personal journey to find freedom but along the way teaches you how to discover yourself, that you are valuable, beautiful and worthy and in that you find freedom too. I highly recommend this book.
Peras
I would like to give this to every woman I know Young and old. we all need to know how much we are loved.
Cargahibe
Finished this book in about 2 days, very clear and concise writing about the author's struggle with self-loathing, which I can personally identify with and how it manifested itself as an eating disorder for many years. Would recommend to any woman struggling with loving herself regardless of whether or not your struggle with an eating disorder.
Alsath
Oh my goodness. This book met me on an incredible journey to finding worth, beauty, and love. The message within the pages of "God Loves Ugly" is absolutely VITAL for all women. I want to give this book to every female that I know. A definite must read.
GoodBuyMyFriends
Written from the heart with lot of insight. Gives a very important perspective that shines a light on things from our childhood that we unknowing carry as baggage in adulthood...
Trex
I really tried to like this book, but I felt it was like reading a reality TV show. I appreciated what God did in her life but this book was not for me. I finally gave it away to someone whom I thought would find it more useful and the person did enjoy it and thought it was helpful. If you must get it on Amazon where the price is reasonable.
If there is one book any girl, teenager, woman, and yes maybe even guys should read, it would be Christa Black's God Loves Ugly. This book is valuable in the terms of your heart and how you feel about yourself. Not only do you hear Christa's remarkable story and how she overcame the obstacles in her life only to eventually go on tour with the Jonas Brothers and marry the love of her life, she helps you think about your life. She helps you think about what the core of your beliefs about yourself are and where they might have came from. Then, how to change that into thinking about yourself positively like she had to do. Really, from personal experience, this book changed my life and how I think. I mean there are some things everyone has to work at to stop the negative thoughts from coming in, but I (being an 18 year old girl) am so greatful for this book that it is hard to put into words. I recommend that anyone should read it no matter who they are or where they come from. Its truly inspirational. Way to go Christa Black! :)