Another wonderful Josh Harris book. He deals plainly with the problems lust causes. This is a reprinting of the book originally titled "Not Even a Hint". I think I prefer the second title. It is more straight forward and states what many feel but few have been able to put into words! Sex is NOT the problem! Josh gives readers a clear understanding of what the problem is and easy to comprehend (but of course challenging to do!) solutions to the problem. A must read for teens and adults of all ages who want to get a hold of their thought lives and overcome the sex saturated culture we live in.
A book for men and women who want to live pure and joyful lives, especially relevant in our world of sexual explicitness in movies, TV, music, and the internet... practical and full of hope.
A great book of wisdom for Christian singles!
Awesome book dealing specifically with lust but can be applied to any temptation. Full of practical advice for anyone. Easy to read, like talking to a friend.
This book has such great insight and real tactics for resisting lust. Joshua Harris is an engaging, humorous and very wise author despite his young age. I highly recommend this book to those who think they need it and those who think they don't. Everyone can benefit from this one.
Even though I ultimately disagreed with the author's viewpoints, I still thought it was an engagingly written and heartfelt book.
I really enjoyed Joshua Harris' approach to the struggle of lust. He discusses how the only way to defeat the temptation is to rely on the power of God. As a woman, there isn't a lot of material that seeks to help me deal with this problem, but Joshua Harris seems to understand that we struggle with lust, too, but that our struggle is manifested differently. I got a lot out of listening to this book.
This was an amazing book of encouragement for fighting lust and how to handle it in God's way. There are scriptual backing to everything he talks about, and he gives some personal accounts as well. I read this because I run a ministry about modesty and purity and wanted some better insight, which he covered both in the book. What an excellent job! I recommend that every Christian read this in general because even if you don't have a lust problem, it can help you understand being accountable to those who do.