This is an amazing book! Did you know that Jesus had a nice side and a salty side? He was not nice 100% all the time. He rebuked people, but always in love. Have you been taught the watered down version of Jesus or the 360 degree Jesus? Today’s Pastors only want to teach the one-sided Jesus. They tend to skip over the scriptures where Jesus was assertive. They want you to believe that Jesus was/is always gentle, meek and mild. That is not true – Jesus could and was assertive when it became necessary for him to do so.
Girls are taught from a early age that they should be “sugar and spice and everything nice”. In other world be passive, keep silent. don’t raise your voice or get angry – never say no. Christian Nice Girls (CNG) are just this. They believe God wants them to be nice to everyone – do what anyone wants and don’t make waves. Are you a CNG? This is now what God wants of you. He wants you to be a God’s Good Woman. A woman who courageously walks with integrity and purpose. She is not a doormat – letting people walk all over her. She can be like the 360 degree Jesus – she can be salty. She can say no, be assertive with love and still be a good Christian person. She can be bold and assertive – she does not have to be a people pleaser who tries to do too much. There are many women in the Bible who were God’s Good Women – are you one?
The Bible states that a woman should be submissive to her husband. Read 1st Peter, Ephesians 5:21-33 and Colossians 3:18-19. How do you interpret these scripture? CNGs literally live their life this way. What God wants you to be is more honest, assertive, and truly loving inside your marriage and with others. The higher power is God.
Highly recommended. The authors give you precise directions on how to change from a Christian Nice Girl to a God’s Good Woman. Are you willing to change? You will probable displease some if you do, but the reward is worth the change – a more fulfilling life.
Mary Asher, the Golden Reviewer, is a founding book blogger for BookGateway.com. She describes herself as “An 80 year old avid reader reviews the newest in Christian fiction and non-fiction with a sprinkle of the secular on top.”.
This book was provided by the publisher as a review copy.