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What if we stopped placing our confidence in the things of this world—and instead put our trust in the only one who is truly trustworthy?
We have a confidence problem.
Be honest: Who among us isn’t plagued with fears, insecurities, and self-doubt?
Popular wisdom says the solution is to simply believe more strongly in ourselves. But award-winning author and speaker Mary A. Kassian explains that the way to combat fear is with more fear—fear of a different kind.
In this follow-up to her popular book The Right Kind of Strong, Kassian again draws on her vast biblical knowledge to show us a better way to navigate life. She compares the Bible’s definition of confidence with the world’s well-worn self-help formulas and sets us on the right path. As you begin to apply each chapter’s material, you’ll discoverthe true meaning of confidence,the difference between negative fear and positive fear, andhow to turn the Enemy’s tool of fear on its head with strong confidence.
Whether you’re seeking more confidence or already feeling full of it, when you lean into a source of confidence that is unchanging, firm, and trustworthy, you’ll become more like the bold, courageous woman God created you to be.
“In the fear of the Lord one has strong confidence.” (Proverbs 14:26)