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Overcoming lust is a process that requires diligent focus and accountability from others— and this in-depth guide helps establish both. It’s designed for a variety of settings, from one-on-one accountability partnerships to Sunday school classes. Not Even a Hint made the statement that lust is a human problem and that Jesus can free anyone from its power. Going further, this gender-specific study guide features study questions and discussion starters that directly address the unique temptations women face. This resource is a must-have for women challenged to defeat lust and celebrate purity in their own lives.
Head: Lust is not just a guy problem
Based on the bestselling message, Not Even a Hint, Joshua and Shannon Harris offer a companion study guide specifically designed to address the issues women face. For use in a personal or group setting, this in-depth guide is a tool to help you apply the principles found in Not Even A Hint as you go further on your journey to holiness.
Each of the ten small-group sessions includes : Easy Review: A quick chapter summary makes review simple. Discussion Questions: Questions that serve as ice breakers, and then lead to deeper discussion and personal application. Accountability Follow-Up: Questions to help check each other’s progress in a truthful and caring setting. Meditate and Memorize: Key Scriptures that will help women gain victory over lust. Custom-Tailored Action Plan: Women will be led in a step-by-step formulation of an Action Plan, uniquely tailored to combat their specific battles.
Story Behind the Book
After Josh gave a message on lust entitled "Lust: Destroy It or Be Destroyed" (which was originally prepared for an all-male audience), he was surprised by the widespread request from women to be allowed to listen to a tape of the message. They heard the guys talking about the message and wanted it for themselves. And not because they wanted to "understand men," but because they too struggled with lust. "Ladies deal with this, too," they told him. "We often feel like something is wrong with us and so we never bring it out in the open, which only makes it worse."
So after much prayer and counsel, he decided to make his book for both sexes. Though Not Even a Hint is written for men and women, he strongly believe’s that the topic of lust is not appropriate for men and women to discuss. Women should find other women they can work together with to fight the sin of lust, which is why we’ve created separate study guides for men and women to take you further on the journey to holiness.
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