Item description for Hidden Masks Unveiled: Discover the Face of Truth by Helen C. D. Jamieson...
Overview Through this powerful, personal story of one person's journey to full trust and openness with God, we discover the freedom that comes from unveiling our true selves in the healing light of Christ. In the process, Helen walks us through chapters that explore each of 12 masks, some of which may surprise you! The book finishes with a powerful lesson about putting on the armor of God in order to stay in authentic, honest relationship with God. In addition, insight challenges, exercises, sample prayers, and a study guide make this a great book to share in a small group setting. Powerful, courageous, and practical, Hidden Masks Unveiled will ask you some challenging questions about your own walk of faith and invite you to trust God in true, revitalized relationship.
Publishers Description Through this powerful, personal story of one person's journey to full trust and openness with God, we discover the freedom that comes from unveiling our true selves in the healing light of Christ. In the process, Helen walks us through chapters that explore each of 12 masks, some of which may surprise you The book finishes with a powerful lesson about putting on the armor of God in order to stay in authentic, honest relationship with God. In addition, insight challenges, exercises, sample prayers, and a study guide make this a great book to share in a small group setting. Powerful, courageous, and practical, Hidden Masks Unveiled will ask you some challenging questions about your own walk of faith and invite you to trust God in true, revitalized relationship.
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Studio: Creation House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Release Date Oct 27, 2008
Publisher Creation House
ISBN 1599793954 ISBN13 9781599793955
Availability 0 units.
More About Helen C. D. Jamieson
Helen Jamieson, 42, is a writer and ministry leader with more than 20 years of experience reading and reflecting on God's Word and sharing the insights revealed by the Holy Spirit. Helen describes herself as a survivor of a personal journey of lies, depression, and heartbrokenness, thanks to discovering God's grace, mercy, and true healing. Her own powerful story of seeking freedom through Christ and the spiritual healing of the masks she had worn is a hopeful testimony to all who seek a vital, authentic relationship with God. Helen lives in Burnaby, British Columbia, with her husband and daughter. Through her business, Hosanna House, she provides small business consulting and designs and offers Art Scripture.
Helen C. D. Jamieson currently resides in Burnaby, British Columbia.
Reviews - What do customers think about Hidden Masks Unveiled?
Learn to unveil your own masks and live a more fulfilling life Jan 19, 2009
I usually pick my books based on the cover and the readability of the text and of course, topic. Ms Jamieson's book is one which I immediately felt comfortable with, and was prepared to sit down for a good read. It meets all expectations. In fact, as Helen relates her life's struggles, her disappointments, and what she learns through her pain, she comes out shining in victory, having discovered the true purpose for her life...that is, living for and serving her Creator Lord and Saviour. Through her book, the reader regardless of religious persuasion will find his or her life enriched and filled with hope for the future. Regardless of one's level of spirituality, Helen reaches us all. And for those with little spiritual awareness, there is much to discover and savour and consider. Overall, this book is a must read for anyone who loves books and those authors who share their lives and thoughts and experiences through those books. There is nothing as edifying as the written Word.
Challenges of Unveiling Jan 3, 2009
Overall, it is a mind-relaxing book to read and easy to comprehend particularly it has a pleasant flow. I found it interesting and was anxious to know one mask after another. Yes, I believe we all have similar hidden masks, and your unveiling them through personal experiences, is the hallmark of a person after God's heart. I am so proud of you, Helen, and in fact your book has already given me much food for thought to guard against falling into the same pit, for which I thank you. It certainly gives one challenges as to how to live a victorious Christian life. Those who lay their hands on this book will be blessed.
Worth Unveiling Dec 5, 2008
In Hidden Masks Unveiled, Helen Jamieson looks at twelve masks that people wear to cover up their true self: wellness, honesty, perfection, strength, busyness and productivity, devotion, patience, gentleness and sweetness, satisfaction and happiness, optimism, sociability, sincerity and righteousness. Each of these is a mask covering our inner reality, which is the opposite of what we are portraying. Her focus is on freeing ourselves from these masks and living in the reality of who we are in Christ Jesus. This book presupposes that the reader is a Christian as the method depends on it. She uses a lot of examples from her own life and family to help us understand the masks and the process of removing them. It is a very personal book, while at the same time being broad enough to apply to a multitude of people in different life situations.
At the end of the book she includes two chapters on what will happen to those who undertake this process. First, they will find themselves at war as this is not an easy process and they will be tempted to give up and revert to their old ways. Second, they need to put on the armour of God (Eph 6). These chapters are followed by a study guide with questions related to each chapter. These can be used for personal reflection, or more profitably in a small group offering support.
This book often interacts with medical and psychological terminology and although Jamieson is not trained in these areas she provides ample explanations and an appendix of medical terminology. Furthermore, her health problems allow her to speak from with a voice of experience and empathy. She covered well the spiritual aspects of life and the spiritual ramifications of wearing masks; pretending to be someone we are not. I would recommend this book to those desiring to live authentic lives before God and others.