Breaking Free: Discover the Victory of Total Surrender

by Beth Moore

Paperback, 2007

Status

Available

Description

Do you want to know God and really believe Him? Do you want to find satisfaction in God, experience His peace, and enjoy His presence? Do you want to make the freedom Christ promised a reality in your daily life? In Breaking Free, Beth Moore embarks on a study of selected passages from the book of Isaiah, drawing several parallels between the captive Israelites and today's Christians, in order to show how to make freedom in Christ a daily reality. Moore teaches to remove obstacles that hinder freedom by identifying spiritual strongholds in their lives and overcoming them through the truth of God's Word--truth that will set us free.

Publication

B&H Books (2007), Edition: Revised ed., 304 pages

Rating

(91 ratings; 4.3)

User reviews

LibraryThing member gnbclibrary
The author seeks to help Christians identify spiritual strongholds and remove obstacles that hinder them from enjoying the benefits of a relationship with God.
LibraryThing member redhedcatie
This study changed my life. The end.
LibraryThing member BBCHampdenLibrary
This topical study on overcoming captivity focuses on Isaiah. Accompanying DVD sessions are approximately 45 minutes long. It's best for beginners and intermediate believers. Most of the material - content, response from group, questions - was good, while the practical application was excellent.
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(reviewed 4/19/2010, Rae Wilson)
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LibraryThing member thornton37814
Many women find Beth Moore's Bible studies wonderful. I found myself less thrilled with them. The study focused on a passage in the prophet Isaiah. Much of my problem with the book is stylistic. This felt more like a typescript of a speaking engagement in places than a book. It was overly familiar.
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I cannot fault her insights into God's Word, but the manner in which she presents it falls flat for me. I prefer for the writing to be leaner and more to the point. She includes the first and second person too much in the content for the style that works best for me. Most women will probably enjoy this study more than I did.
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