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With a dash of wit and a sprinkle of personal experience, Karen Ehman tells it like it is in Let. It. Go.: How to Stop Running the Show and Start Walking in Faith. She confesses to being a card-carrying member of Control Freaks Anonymous (an organization I know all too well) and explains how the Lord has taught her to let go and let God. I could relate to many of the situations Ehman referred to and learned some valuable lessons on how to release my white-knuckled grip on life and its many circumstances. Several things truly hit home with me, so much so that I jotted them down in my devotional journal so that I could remember and meditate on them. But I think the thing that hit me the most was this paragraph: "When we women try to be so on top of things--around the house, at work, in our marriages, in our parenting, and in community ventures--we think we're only taking our jobs seriously, performing our tasks with care, and carrying out the duties of our roles in a way that is excellent and thorough. So give us a break. We really are just trying to please God, right? I thought so. Sometimes I still think so. However, I happened upon a thought just a year or two ago that makes me wonder this: In attempting to be in command and control, are we trying to be godly or are we trying to be God?"
That statement was definitely an eye-opener for me because I was playing the "godly" card on a regular basis. I chalked up my overly-controlling habits to a strict adherence to the verse, "God is not the author of confusion." But, Ehman has a point--a point that will stick with me for years to come.
I definitely enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to any woman who struggles to let go of the control button and simply enjoy life.
I just purchased Keep It Shut by Karen Ehman for the next study.
I am currently in a Bible study using this book and I find it we don't have much depth to pull from.
Well I certainly agree with the concept that we should let things go and let God run the show of life, this author is average at her approach.
She even used a previous authors quote and didn't cite her🤔
I'm not impressed
Karen Ehman does a good job of making you ask yourself, "Does this REALLY matter? Will this affect eternity?" The best chapter in the book to me was the one about how we talk to our children and to others; when we're trying to control a situation and how our words can affect others.
Her conversational style of writing makes this book an easy read and very relatable.
I do not, however, recommend the video sessions or the study book that go with this text - they're kind of redundant. The book alone is great by itself.