Was it all a lie?
"Because of a moral failure, that's why."
When Kirsten Samuel heard this confession from her husband, it took her breath away. Looking back she realized her husband’s sin exposed the deception in her own life. This uninvited crisis proved to be the impetus for her ultimate healing. Kirsten writes that for most of her adult life she believed:
- She wasn't good enough, or pretty enough, or smart enough, or rich enough, or talented enough, or whatever enough.
- She wasn't a good person. She was too stubborn, opinionated, and direct.
- She was a failure because she'd tried something bold and audacious and didn't succeed like planned.
- She was invisible and forgettable.
In these pages, you’ll experience raw honesty and a clear path through the pain. You’ll realize that no depression is too dark and no lie too strong. Discover a powerful process where you exchange isolation for accountability and deception for deliverance. Today you can experience a way out, even in the bleakest of circumstances where the bottom doesn’t feel like the bottom. The truth is that God is greater than your pain.