In an excerpt from her new book, "If You Could See As Jesus Sees", author Elizabeth Oates highlights our need to pull ourselves out of condemnation and fall into forgiveness.
Are you willing to stop seeing yourself through your lens of shame? SCH Contributor Elizabeth Oates encourages readers with 3 strategies in overcoming shame
SCH Contributor Elizabeth Oates shares an excerpt from her new book encouraging readers to stop seeing our lives through a lens of fear, and start looking through Jesus' lens of bravery.
SCH Contributor Elizabeth Oates suggest that if we could stop seeing ourselves as less than who we really are, then we would start seeing ourselves through Jesus’ lens and find the ability to overcome our insecurities and embrace our talents.
Author of the book, "If You Could See as Jesus Sees: Inspiration for a Life of Hope, Joy, and Purpose", Elizabeth Oates highlights that true beauty is not what we look like, but who we look like - the more we look like Jesus, the more beautiful we are.
Find the cure for loneliness; avoid the temptation to withdraw from the crowd. Trust God and know that living life in community is better than on your own.