This is my book review of “Worth Living” by Mary DeMuth.
Mary says there are 10 audacious truths, she wants to share with you.
If you think you are not good enough. If you think God is unhappy with you. You need to read this book.
Mary DeMuth comes from a childhood of abuse, and she thought she was not worthy of love. Jesus changed her life, and this book tells you that now she knows she is worth loving, and her life is “Worth Living”, and so is yours.
Mary wants you to know that you are not alone. Other people feel unworthy of love, and other people feel insecure and tired of the endless work, with no joy. She was one of them. She has dealt with depression, too.
You need to know the truths that she has found in her relationship with God. Mary says there are 10 audacious truths that tell you why you are worthy of love.
In the book, she writes that we are not perfect, but God loves us anyway. We are not always good, but God loves us anyway. People may leave us, but God will never leave us.
In her book, Mary says that we think we are unworthy, so we build walls around our heart to keep from being hurt. Those walls need to come down with God. When we do that, we will understand our worthiness in a whole new light. Jesus is that light. He has the power to make us worthy.
This is a book for people who feel worthless, or unloved. This is a book for people who are depressed and need hope. This is a book for people who are tired of living a life full of stress, hurt, and hardship. This is a book for people who are broken. If you are one of these people, then read this book. It could really help you. Mary lived a life like you, and now she has a new life. She wrote this book to help others like her.
You can buy this book at Amazon.com . If you buy the book before May 20, you can also get a free downloadable copy of Mary’s book “Beautiful Battle” by emailing a copy of your receipt to her. Get details at www.marydemuth.com
You can also download the first chapter for free, so you can start reading right away by going to www.marydemuth.com/worthliving.