Who Calls Me Beautiful?: Finding Our True Image in the Mirror of God

Who Calls Me Beautiful?: Finding Our True Image in the Mirror of God

by Regina Franklin
     
 

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“We have an extraordinary God who sees us as His beautiful vessels.”

Physical perfection is an illusion. Yet “women long to achieve it, no matter how unattainable it is,” says author Regina Franklin. Even Christian women are being seduced by the worldly definition of beauty. But failure to distinguish between reality and illusion is

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“We have an extraordinary God who sees us as His beautiful vessels.”

Physical perfection is an illusion. Yet “women long to achieve it, no matter how unattainable it is,” says author Regina Franklin. Even Christian women are being seduced by the worldly definition of beauty. But failure to distinguish between reality and illusion is costing women their true identity and even their lives.

In Who Calls Me Beautiful? Franklin skillfully chips away at the belief that a woman’s body is more important than her character. Patiently pointing to Scripture, she convincingly shows that true beauty starts inside and radiates outward. It is this proper biblical understanding of God’s design for women that empowers them to move beyond the cultural standards and the world’s “ideal woman.”

Who Calls Me Beautiful? helps you identify the factors that influence your own understanding of beauty and will encourage you to allow the Holy Spirit to transform your mind so that you can live out God’s understanding of beauty in your life.

When you see yourself as God sees you, as He created you, suddenly you have the freedom to be the unique woman you are created to be in Christ. And you can then pass this legacy on to other generations of women.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572931251
Publisher:
Discovery House Publishers
Publication date:
06/01/2004
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
5.38(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)

Meet the Author


In a world that would identify women by the roles they fill, Regina believes that the defining point of a woman’s life is being a daughter of God. Everything else flows from that place. Regina teaches high school English full-time and serves alongside her husband in ministry. She and her husband, Scott, have two children. Regina has written two books, Who Calls Me Beautiful and Designed by God, and she regularly contributes to the online devotional Our Daily Journey.

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