Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Well, I got a couple of you to reply to me last week, and I have something that is bugging me now, so I'm going to do this again.

I had said on my response to Beth Moore's question last week of what my 2 most primary roots of my struggle with insecurity are. . .

fear of rejection and disposition.

I listened to chapter 6 again in the car and realized that Beth said we all have a pride problem, and I could relate to everything she said about


It even seems that Pride might be the cause of my fear of rejection.
I can be a very humble person, but I am owning my Pride Problem, too!


  1. I'm with you Sandy. I kept having to reread certain sections of the book, until finally I had to own it. I have a blog post brewing in my head; we'll see if it makes it to the screen. If it does, it will start something like this: Apparently I am an artist... You'll know exactly where I'm headed with that.

  2. I hate that I have pride in me, and I knew I did before I ever picked up the book. Lord, change me to be more and more like You.

    Love to you, Miss Sandy!!!!

  3. Gosh Sandy,

    I totally agree.... Pride hides itself in many ways.... My former fiance said "isn't it pride when you are afraid of doing something for fear of what others think of you"... that causes YOU to be more important than what you feel God is asking of you.... OUCH................
    I know I struggle with the pride thing as well!

    So understand.................

    Love your honest heart!

  4. I think when it comes down to it, that's a problem I have too and didn't really realize it was pride.

    The book is so good and very eye-opening.
    It's kind of a relief to know that so many people struggle with insecurity of some sort, huh?!! :)

    Have a great day Sandy!