Mirror Mirror

Mirror Mirror

Discover your true identity in Christ

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The world tells us that we need a good self-image. The Bible says that we need a right self-image.

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Description

Our identity or self-image is a bit like looking in a mirror. We see our reflection and make judgments about ourselves. However, the 'mirror' we use tends to be the world around us: how do I compare with others and what do they think of me?

But there is another mirror we can use - the mirror we should use. James 1:23-24 tells us that the Bible, God's word, is like a mirror. We look into it and see what we are really like. Here is a description, not from culture, but from God.

The world tells us that we need a good self-image. The Bible says that we need a right self-image.

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Contents

  • Foreward by Linda Marshall
  • Preface
  • 1. Looking in the mirror
  • 2. Taking the lid off
  • 3. The original design
  • 4. The shameful admission
  • 5. The new beginning
  • 6. Accepting acceptance
  • 7. Living the new life
  • 8. The re-orientated life
  • 9. Working it out
  • Conclusion
  • Notes

Specification

Author Graham Beynon
ISBN 9781844743254
Format Paperback
First published 2007
Dimensions 138mm x 216mm x 12mm
Language English
Pages 160
Publisher IVP

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'Excellent. Thoroughly contemporary. Thoroughly biblical. And the intersection of the two is mind-blowing.'
- Tim Chester

'Deeply perceptive, hugely practical and wonderfully reassuring of our humble dignity in Christ.'
- Richard Coekin

'Challenging and encouraging.'
- Lizzie Glover

Customer reviews

“If I could get every woman in every church to read one book, this would be it!”

If I could get every woman in every church to read one book, this would be it! The gem at the core of this book is Beynon's recurrent encouragement to see ourselves as having "humble dignity" - humble because we are sinners at heart but full of dignity because of the astonishing grace and mercy that God has lavished on us in adopting us as his precious children. As you read this book you will laugh, you may cry but at the end you will - in the power of the Spirit - see yourself a little more as God see you and that's a tremendously exciting journey to go on.


26/11/2013

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