Your Savior willingly sacrificed everything—even died—so that shame would not have the final say in your life. Writing as a biblical counselor and fellow struggler, Esther Liu takes you on a thirty-one-day journey to discover lasting comfort. As you explore the depths of God’s grace for you, use this book’s practical action points, reflection questions, and devotional insights to reshape your instinctive responses to God, others, and yourself.
In the 31-Day Devotionals for Life series, biblical counselors and Bible teachers guide you through Scripture passages that speak to specific situations or struggles, helping you to apply God’s Word to your life in practical ways day after day.
Esther Liu is a counselor and faculty member at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF).
“Honest and beautifully written. . . . With care and compassion, Esther Liu walks the reader through a deeper understanding of the multifaceted experience of shame and points repeatedly to its glorious reversal . . . through our shame-bearing Savior.”
—Michael R. Emlet, Dean of Faculty and Counselor, Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation (CCEF)
“If you or someone you love struggles with shame, you will be helped and equipped by the tender truths of Scripture that Esther has compiled. This book has ministered to my soul.”
—Jonathan D. Holmes, Executive Director, Fieldstone Counseling
“Daily readings articulate perfectly what many pilgrims have been thinking but have been afraid to say aloud. This beautiful, unveiling devotional vividly shows the power of confronting wounds as it exhorts us toward the healing that awaits us in Christ.”
—Peter Ong, Program Manager for Community Engagement, Redeemer City to City
“Open this book and read the first two days. You will, like me, keep reading.”
—Edward T. Welch, Faculty and Counselor, CCEF
“Shame is filled with inviting passages, practical reflections, and precious stories of Esther’s struggle with shame. If you wrestle with shame, you will feel known and cared for by Esther.”
—Darby A. Strickland, Counselor, CCEF