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The enemy wants us to feel rejected . . . left out, lonely, and less than. When we allow him to speak lies through our rejection, he pickpockets our purpose. Cripples our courage. Dismantles our dreams. And blinds us to the beauty of Christ’s powerful love.

In Uninvited, Lysa shares her own deeply personal experiences with rejection—from the incredibly painful childhood aba

In Uninvited, Lysa shares her own deeply personal experiences with rejection—from the incredibly painful childhood abandonment by her father to the perceived judgment of the perfectly toned woman one elliptical over.

With biblical depth, gut-honest vulnerability, and refreshing wit, Lysa helps readers:
Release the desire to fall apart or control the actions of others by embracing God-honoring ways to process their hurt.
Know exactly what to pray for the next ten days to steady their soul and restore their confidence.
Overcome the two core fears that feed our insecurities by understanding the secret of belonging.
Stop feeling left out and start believing that “set apart” does not mean “set aside.”
End the cycle of perceived rejection by refusing to turn a small incident into a full blown issue.
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    Rachel B

    This book was a little unfocused. It seemed to touch on every topic and yet not really say anything. To sum it up, “God loves you, so you should live your life feeling loved. If you don’t feel loved, that’s a problem. The solution? Know that God loves you.” Which isn’t wrong – it’s just incredibly simplistic and not overly helpful.

    TerKeurst also took a few verses out of context and read into Bible stories a bit more than I believe is wise. There were a few good nuggets, but nothing that I haven’

    TerKeurst also took a few verses out of context and read into Bible stories a bit more than I believe is wise. There were a few good nuggets, but nothing that I haven’t seen elsewhere, so I wouldn’t recommend slogging through this book to find them.

    I received this book from the publisher via NetGalley.
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    Rosie

    Sep 13, 2016

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    Oh my stars.

    I wish I could have had this book a couple years ago. It would have saved me so much hurt. But I didn’t, and that’s okay. God brought me through and helped me work through it. In her book, Mrs. TerKeurst walks through how to overcome the pain of past or present rejection, and how to in turn live loved. If you’ve ever tasted that bitter sting of being rejected, I strongly recommend you pick this book up. As she points out, not tending to these wounds just allow a seed of bitterness to

    I wish I could have had this book a couple years ago. It would have saved me so much hurt. But I didn’t, and that’s okay. God brought me through and helped me work through it. In her book, Mrs. TerKeurst walks through how to overcome the pain of past or present rejection, and how to in turn live loved. If you’ve ever tasted that bitter sting of being rejected, I strongly recommend you pick this book up. As she points out, not tending to these wounds just allow a seed of bitterness to grow in your heart. You need to quit ignoring the problem and address it, and Mrs. TerKeurst helps you do just that.

    Now, this book will not replace going to a counselor if that is what you need. But it has helped me in so many ways. Mrs. TerKeurst writes in such a relatable fashion, she shares her heart and her struggles. She reminded me that I wasn’t alone. And that I wasn’t the only one who had ever felt this way. She was encouraging and uplifting. I thought I would have gotten this review up sooner, except I had to keep going back and re-read chapters. This isn’t some casual afternoon read, this book provokes thought and requires time to soak it all in. I could barely make it through a couple chapters at a time. Normally, that would be a bad thing but not this time!

    I have faced a lot of rejection this year. Maybe now that the wounds have started to heal I’ll write about it. But until then, I can’t recommend this book enough. If you’re hurting, at least use this book as a starting place. Spend time in the scriptures she lists, and definitely pray. God will work wonders on your heart through Mrs. TerKeurst, if you’ll let Him. He did just that for me!

    Thank you, Lysa, for being bold enough to write this book. I can’t thank you enough!

    I received this book from BookLook Bloggers in return for an honest review of my opinions, which I have done. Thanks!
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    Callie

    Oct 22, 2016

    rated it
    it was ok

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    2/5 stars.

    So, I’m just going to go ahead and give you the bottom line right from the start – I was rather disappointed in this book.

    I read The Best Yes by Lysa Terkheurst a while ago, and I really found it helpful, so I thought I’d pick up her new book. I generally think that Terkheurst is a good writer, but this book really fell flat for me, I think for a few reasons.

    1. This was not a great time in my life to read this book. I was trying to remember my own past rejections as I read, and trying

    So, I’m just going to go ahead and give you the bottom line right from the start – I was rather disappointed in this book.

    I read The Best Yes by Lysa Terkheurst a while ago, and I really found it helpful, so I thought I’d pick up her new book. I generally think that Terkheurst is a good writer, but this book really fell flat for me, I think for a few reasons.

    1. This was not a great time in my life to read this book. I was trying to remember my own past rejections as I read, and trying to evaluate whether the book would have been helpful to me in those times when I was feeling rejected in the past, or when I face it again in the future…but I really didn’t get much out of it. I can’t tell if this is because the book really wasn’t as helpful as it should have been, or if it was just that I am not currently feeling rejected which might make it hard to relate to what she was saying.

    2. The book didn’t seem focused. I felt like she was trying to be too broad with the subject of this book. Feeling “unloved”,”less than”, “left out”, and “lonely” are pretty different problems in my opinion, each of which probably deserves it’s own book. There are different types of rejection, and I felt like she lumped them all together and tried to address them all at once. I think we would have been better served as readers if she broke it down a little more clearly.

    I probably should have just known she was going to try to tackle all this from the subtitle of the book, but I went into this book thinking the topic was “rejection” because I heard Terkheurst speak about it before I picked it up. However, I kept losing track of what we were even talking about, and I had to remind myself that “Oh yeah, this book is about rejection”. As a reader, I find it annoying when I keep having to remind myself what the author is talking about. It felt all-over-the-place to me, and I felt she was really stretching trying to make some of these topics fit under the umbrella of “rejection”. It wasn’t what I expected.

    3. I was frustrated at how she used Scripture in some places in this book. To clarify, I did like a lot of the verses she included and thought they could be helpful, so I’m not picking on every Scripture use in this book. But there were a few places where I just thought “huh?”.

    For instance, she has a chapter about abundance and scarcity – I’ve heard her speak on this before, and it is an interesting psychological concept, but she explained it poorly and over-spiritualized it. She included a quote that referenced the story of Joseph and the famine in the Bible – and the quote implied that there was abundance in all the world before this (not true – there were at least a couple famines before Joseph – Genesis 26:1), and then blamed all the scarcity in the land on Pharaoh, which isn’t an accurate representation of what happened at all.

    In another chapter she writes about Jesus being tempted in the wilderness, but she talks about how Jesus was feeling rejected at this time – and I don’t know where she is getting that. While I like the idea of applying Scripture when we are feeling rejected, it was a stretch to use that story to illustrate her point. The passage is talking about temptation, not rejection.

    Another example is when she is using the olive tree as an illustration in Chapter 15, talking about being “crushed” and how God can use that to bring about good in our lives – but then she includes 2 Corinthians 4:8 which says we are pressed, but not crushed. Following that is a confusing monologue about being crushed, but at the same time we’re not crushed, and I honestly had no idea what she was trying to say anymore. The whole thing was self-contradictory.

    And somewhat related, she also used the words “revelation” and “divine insights” in a few places where she was really talking about her own insights, and I didn’t like that. The Bible is our revelation from God and the only writing that is “divinely inspired”.

    4. Too much “romantic” spiritual language. This is a personal pet peeve, but I get tired of the romantic analogies of our relationship with Jesus. Jesus is our God, not our boyfriend. To reduce our speech about him to romantic terms takes away some of the power of the fact that we are loved and valued by the Creator of the Universe.

    So, for something positive – Terkheurst’s writing is engaging, which is always a plus, and her personal stories really add color to her topics. This book missed the mark for me, but I wouldn’t say I didn’t enjoy it at all.

    Overall, I know what she was trying to do in this book, but it felt like “too much bread, not enough butter” – ie. she was stretching too much out of her topic, and definitely stretching with some of her Scripture applications. Use discernment with her Scripture applications if you do read this one, but I don’t know, I wouldn’t say I recommend this book, and honestly, I don’t know if I’ll pick up another book by Terkheurst. She lost some of my trust with point #3.

    Note: I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for a review. This is my honest opinion.
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