- Replacing the Lies That Hold Us Down with the Truths That Set Us Free
- Narrated by: Clayton King
- Length: 5 hrs and 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-02-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: christianaudio.com
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With sharp insight and deep compassion, Clayton King identifies the 10 big lies we commonly believe, each rooted in the fear of losing something. He blows them apart, one by one, with God's truth, allowing listeners to take back control of their hearts, minds, and actions. Covering such pervasive problems as loneliness, unforgiveness, shame, human suffering, self-image, sexual sin, and more, King shines a light on all those things that are holding us down and clears the way for the faith that sets us free.
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By James M Sandusky on 03-01-18
Encouraged to overcome
This book by Clayton King is profound, full of truth & encouraging. If you can read this book without feeling challenged to “overcome” then you might be missing something here and need to read it again.
For myself having been adopted into a very odd and unnatural family dynamic have lived most of my life since the age of 9 or 10 addicted to porn for various reasons and how it makes me feel; I am now 31 years old.
I needed this book today and listened to the whole book, it is to me as if I was just spiritual punched in the gonads; lol! I say that in a joking manner (the spirit does not punch you in the gonads, it’s a joke) and also seriously as well for I am challenged to overcome my habitual sins. This is a wake up call or better yet the spirit led Clayton King “calling me up” to where I can be.
Thank you for your dedication to God and the ministry. Clayton you know me somewhat and you are always a blessing to me life.
Great book and I do highly recommend it to any one.
I have already shared this book with 28 people today.
By Benjamin on 01-19-18
Good stuff! Mr. Clayton gets to the point!
Would you consider the audio edition of Overcome to be better than the print version?
Hearing the author's words spoken from his own perspective adds to the testimony and emphasis of the book.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Overcome?
He may reference it quite a bit, but the part where the security staff member tells Clayton that the lady that had moved and restarted her life's boyfriend was saved when Clayton told her story is pretty awesome!
Any additional comments?
When Clayton starts breaking down each of the circumstances in his examples to the core lie that fuels the whole scenario, it's amazing how many of them I've struggled with myself. It's easy to believe them because the world emphasizes them which means to question the lies means you have to re-evaluate where you put your faith's stock. There are times in this book that I've had to stop it in tears, and other times I wish that family members could/would hear and take the message to heart. We've all struggled in life at some point, and if you have, this is the message you need to hear!