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Embracing Your Freedom: A Personal Experience of God's Heart for Justice

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While our culture places great emphasis on comfort, security, control, and success, there are deeper rewards for those who take hold of God's promises and who thus reach out in the Name of Christ. Adventure, faith, miracles, and a deep knowledge of Jesus Christ. This is what Susie calls her readers to realize.

Author/Speaker Susie Larson makes her message graspable, accessi
ebook, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Moody Publishers (first published 2009)
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Mandy J. Hoffman
Apr 18, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I requested to review this book because after reading other books by Susie I have come to appreciate and respect her writing. So while I didn't really know what the book was about until I began reading it, I walked away overwhelmed once again by God's amazing love and grace in our lives.

Embracing Your Freedom walks you down a path of getting a better understanding for God's heart for justice and how we can experience His gift of freedom no matter what our circumstances are. I really li
I think if you want to know how you can help others and feel a little bit incapable of it, this will encourage you greatly and will let you know that no matter what hardships you have had, you can overcome them and help others as well.

I had this on my to-read list when I didn't really know how I could help much but now I am involved in organizations such as I really only read this thinking it would talk more about the work of IJM through a woman's perspective, though there w
Cheryl Malandrinos
Author and speaker Susie Larson calls readers to look beyond their self-focused lives and embrace their freedom in Christ so they may bring that same freedom to those who need it. Journey with Susie as she shares her own challenges in seeking justice and finding the deeper rewards that await those who "take hold of God's promises and reach out in Jesus' name".

In this empowering book, Susie shares stories of women, who with help from the International Justice Mission, have embraced their freedom
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Aug 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
One of my all time favorite books. I've read it twice, used the prayers at the end of each chapter in my prayer time and I want to read it again and do a Bible study with the gals!
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Susie Larson hosts a daily radio talk show that airs across the upper Midwest and contributes a weekly feature heard nationally on Moody Radio. Active in local ministry as well as International Justice Mission, she has authored six previous books and been a guest on national TV and radio programs, including Focus on the Family. Susie and her husband, Kevin, have three adult sons and live near Minn ...more
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“Imagine yourself in Harriet Tubman's shoes. Fighting to be freed from deplorable conditions. Placing one foot in front of the other, putting slavery behind you. If a petite, abused slave can rise up, fight for freedom, secure the freedom of others, and change her world, so can I. And so can you.” 6 likes
“Our witness is only as strong as our freedom is real. We can have the most noble convictions in the world, but if we are snarky and impatient when we don't get our way, those things will interfere with our influence. If we gossip more than we pray, those misspoken words will demolish our influence. If our addictions get in the way of living out our convictions, we'll have mostly a negative influence.” 5 likes
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