eBook Paper Tigers & Impressing God: How to Be a Doer Who's Free

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eBook Paper Tigers & Impressing God: How to Be a Doer Who's Free

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pa*per ti*ger

noun

a person or thing that appears threatening but is ineffectual.

What were the paper tigers in my life? 1. I thought I could impress God by being good and doing good. 2. I was stuck in the rut of people pleasing. I wanted to impress people with a false impression of who I was. 3. I had been working my head off serving in ministry, and I felt like God would be disappointed in me if I didn't do well.

Letting go of these wrong, dysfunctional ideas about God led me to freedom!

Do you need freedom? Are you motivated by fear instead of love?

This book primary uses the book of Galatians to cover these four topics:

- Fear driven good behavior

- Fear driven people pleasing

- Pride driven good works

- And how to be a doer who's free.

Jennifer shares her personal experiences in ministry and life that led to tiring out and needing a sounder understanding of God. Read this book and learn life-changing lessons that Paul offers in the book of Galatians.

“But now that you know the real God—or rather since God knows you—how can you possibly subject yourselves again to those paper tigers?” -Galatians 4:9 The Message

“Reading Paper Tigers felt like diving into my own psyche, this time with a narrator. Jennifer completely nailed it with this book! People pleasing, irrational fears, all of it can just be placed at the foot of the cross.This is a winner!”

-Erin Murphy, reader

“Reading Jennifer L. Lane's eBook Paper Tigers & Impressing God: How to Be a Doer Who's Free has affirmed the truths God has been rooting in my heart. As a recently returned Prodigal, Jennifer's focus on the freedom of the Cross has been both a healing balm and an encouragement to continue pursuing a relationship with God, rather than living enslaved to the law or people's approval. 


Jennifer doesn't shrink back from speaking hard truths and is full of humility in her open confession of sin and areas of weakness. In doing so, she leads the reader to conviction and repentance at the foot of the Cross, where there is no room for shame. Paper Tigers is a short, but powerful book I would recommend to anyone who struggles to speak the truth and say no. “

- Anna Louise Smit, author of Love Embraced: A Journey in and through Suffering and blogger at belovedprodigal.com

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