You Can Certainly Be Free Now!

You can certainly be free!

Sometimes last week, after a particularly long day, I arrived home to find two small packages waiting on the dining table. My husband had picked them up from the mailbox earlier. My name was neatly printed on the label sent from a book publisher. A smile spread across my face as I carefully opened one of the packages, revealing a beautiful copy of “You Can Be Free.” I had been asked to review this new Christian book and couldn’t wait to dive in.

The first thing that grabbed my attention was the playful font in bright orange which piqued my interest immediately. Holding the book in my hands, I felt a sense of anticipation bubbling up inside me. I could hardly wait to see what spiritual insights and stories awaited me within the pages.

Later that evening, after dinner, with a cup of chilled juice and a fuzzy but soft blanket wrapped around me, I settled in on my favourite recliner in the living room and dived into the book. The first line in the first chapter instantly drew me in: Soooo……. “What’s everyone’s biggest sin struggle?” Interesting right?

The writer, Kirby started with her own story before diving into strategies on how others can have victory over sin. In a world where shame and sin often hold us captive, she invites us to embrace the liberating power of the gospel. Whether it’s overcoming addiction, breaking free from destructive habits, or finding hope amidst life’s struggles, this book offers practical steps and biblical truths that resonate with authenticity.

This is hands down one of the best books I have read this year because I can understand and relate so much to this, in terms of how everyone sees you as a Christian but deep down doesn’t know what you struggle with. The devil wants you to believe in the lie that nobody wants or needs you when you sin but the truth is you can be free from his lies and shackles.

If you struggle with habitual sin or what the bible refers to as those sins that easily beset you, then this book is a must-read as you gain insight into practical steps like :

  • Connect and confess
  • Stay in bounds
  • Know your enemy, your God, and yourself
  • Set your green and red light zones
  • Makeover your mind.

My highlight is how vulnerable the writer is with her habitual sin and how the devil kept her entrapped by making her think she was alone until she got to college, joined a Christian sorority and how God opened her eyes to see so many others struggling with the same sin.

This book not only opened my eyes to the different types of sin our youths struggle with daily but, also how it can help them to be free.

So, if you’re looking for a book that will touch your heart and deepen your faith, I wholeheartedly recommend You Can Be Free. It’s a beautifully written, spiritually enriching story that will stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.

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