Review: ME, MYSELF, & LIES: A Thought-Closet Makeover by Jennifer Rothschild

Me, Myself & Lies: A Thought-Closet Makeover by Jennifer Rothschild proved to be a good Bible Study. I don’t read a lot of nonfiction, so those that I do tend to be in a Bible Study setting with a group of other ladies and we tend to use the workbooks for practical application.

6443253I can’t say that it was my favorite study to date, but it was a good one. Jennifer’s writing was very easy to follow and her examples and questions did not take a lot of thought – meaning it was not difficult to comprehend. The book was organized well and easy to follow along, made a lot of sense and was very relative.

A big takeaway for me from this book is that I can stop the negative thoughts that I have. I can purge them from my “closet” so that when I am up against a negative force, I can pull positive thoughts to use as my defense. I do recommend it to anyone that tends to let their negative thoughts bring them down.

Reviewed by Amy

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About the Book:

TitleMe, Myself & Lies: A Thought-Closet Makeover
Author: Jennifer Rothschild
Publisher: LifeWay Christian Resources
Release Date: December 30, 2009
Category: Nonfiction / Christian / Bible Study
Source: Purchased

Book Summary:

Adapted from the trade book, Self Talk, Soul Talk, in the Bible Study, Me, Myself and Lies, Jennifer shares practically and helpfully from her own life and from Scripture to show how every woman can turn her words—and her life—around for good.
This six-week Bible study for women encourages them to clean out the junk in their thoughts and replace these hidden negative thoughts and failures with positive truths from God’s word. Rather than struggling with self-esteem, body image, stress and other unhealthy thoughts and emotions learn to replace the lies you may have been telling yourself with the truth from God’s word.

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