Home Page
Home
About
Books
Media
Music
Studies
Books>Index
Naked, Yes, But Not Ashamed

Naked, Yes, But Not Ashamed ABOUT THIS BOOK

Many of us find it hard to accept ourselves.

A pity ... for this makes it hard to accept other people, or to be at peace with life as a whole.

So we struggle on, showing in many ways that we are not happy with the person who looks back at us from the mirror every morning.

Maybe we put on a false front because we dare not be ourselves. Or we are always putting ourselves down.

Some of us do it more subtly, but self-rejection shows through as we work joylessly for the church as if we are trying to prove something, or as we constantly criticize other people.

But there really IS a way out of this impasse. Deane Meatheringham invites you to accompany him on a journey of discovery into the Scriptures.

Here you will find the way to be your true self with a glad heart and a quiet spirit. And it is a way that has nothing to do with wishful thinking or self-hypnosis.

So read carefully. This book might change your life!

Arthur Jackson, Minister,

Blackwood Uniting Parish, South Australia.

Naked, Yes, But Not Ashamed

Deane Meatheringham

by Rev. Deane Meatheringham

More from this author

Subject: Forgiveness, Shame

Book Code: 109

Pages: 49 pp, Book

Pub. Date: 1978

ISBN: 0 95970 185 0

PDF  View 263kb