Consider these:

  • Fear of being wrong and a need to be right
  • Fear of failure so I am driven to succeed
  • Fear of people knowing the real me so I hide my areas of weakness
  • Fear of not having the answer so I don’t ask others for help
  • Fear of not getting the credit so I downplay the contributions of others
  • Fear of people rejecting me so I tell people what they want to hear
  • Fear of conflict so I gloss over issues rather than resolve them
  • Fear of someone doing better than me so I put them down
  • Fear of disappointing others so I never say no
  • Fear of looking weak so I pretend to be something I am not

Common denominator? They all start with the word FEAR and they’re ALL roots of insecurity. If you have fear, see if it’s hooked to one of these insecurities and then tackle it! Prayer + Counseling + Books have helped me rid the infections insecurity caused. We become insecure, we aren’t born to be. It’s not part of God’s design-package for our lives. If we got into insecurity–through and with God–we can get out of it.Β  The following are my 3 favorite books for insecurity. I’m giving away one of each to 3 winners. Random drawing will be Thursday night, the 3 winners will be posted Friday morning. Simply leave a comment with your name and which book you’d like. Thanks!

A Book for Everyone: Search for Signficance by Robert McGee

A Book for Women: So Long, Insecurity by Beth Moore

A Book for Men: A Tale of Three Kings by Gene Edwards

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