You Can BE Comfortable in Your Own Skin
(even if you suffer from low self-esteem)
You can LOVE who you are!
(God wants to teach you why He made you)
When you know and love who God made you to be, you can pursue life with security, freedom, and peace. However, when you struggle to love and accept who you are, you won't be able to love others or God. You won't reach your potential.
You can ENJOY your relationships and your work!
(your identity is the key)
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Hello Friends! I’m looking for reviews on a time travel I published a few years back. Thanks for checking it out, and if you’d like a free e-book copy in exchange for a review, just let me know!
Texan native Pearl Benton arrives in Australia expecting to vacation with her family, but instead, she's carried by a wormhole to Roman-ruled Egypt. Kidnapped, made a slave--Pearl doesn't understand why God abandoned her to such a horrible existence. Another time traveler works for her master, and the chance of finding the wormhole that robbed them both of normal, just might be worth putting up with his incessant teasing. Might.
An Aussie stockman turned fleet helmsman, Trey Bradley has spent years building a life for himself in Alexandria. When his boss decides to use Pearl as a bargaining tool in a summons with the Emperor Nero, he asks Trey to accompany them as her translator. Trey wants to help Pearl escape as he's helped countless others, but God says "no". How can he help deliver Pearl to Nero and live with himself? Can that truly be what God wants?
As they journey to Rome, Pearl and Trey struggle to set aside their ambitions and choose God's will above their own, even at the cost of life and love.
Chuck is relating how we are free in this country and also free as Christians. He contrasted how the Galatians "attacked" the early converts wanting them to believe in a set of rules, as the Judaizers, do. This goes against the freedom in Christ exemplified by a living relationship with Jesus as opposed to following rules. We are also free in this country and are also held to a higher standard to uphold those freedoms.
PS-This my first publishing credit. Did I get it right? Anything else I need to do? Thank you! Todd