Getting to No: How to Break a Stubborn Habit

Getting to No: How to Break a Stubborn Habit Review

Everyone is familiar with the cycle: We decide to break a bad habit once and for all. We may even experience some short-term success. Yet almost inevitably, we fall back into that undesirable behavior and the frustrating process starts all over again. The experience can leave us feeling powerless to make changes in our lives.

Popular author and pastor Erwin Lutzer believes it is possible to break the cycle of addictive behavior. Filled with biblical insight, Getting to No: How to Break a Stubborn Habit takes an honest look at the temptations lying beneath the surface of every bad habit. Lutzer examines tough issues-such as why temptation exists, what purpose it serves in our lives. and what happens when we fail again-and provides practical tools that will help you find freedom from bad habits for good.

Title:Getting to No: How to Break a Stubborn Habit
Edition Language:English

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    Getting to No: How to Break a Stubborn Habit Reviews

  • Trey

    This guide helped me to review my 'stubborn habits' with cutting honesty. Lutzer points out that living in a fallen world, even the most persistent sin can be dislodged. The short and sweet of it for ...

  • Clark Goble

    Addictive behavior and a sinful lifestyle separates us from God and robs us of the abundant life that can be found in Jesus Christ. Lutzer's book offers practical and Godly advice and encourage for ov...

  • Vicki Jones

    Hopeful BoookWell written without condemnation. I’m a loner and there is even encouragement to accept that and let God meet you in those times. Ends with great suggestions and a plan to apply the co...

  • Randall Hartman

    "Getting to No" is a short, very readable book with one message: overcoming any subborn, sinful habit is only possible by treasuring God above anything and everything else. It is a classic illustratio...

  • Chris McGrath

    This is now part of my short list of "must-read" books on Christian living.Let's face it, everybody sins. And for most of us, that doesn't just mean those innocuous little sins, if there really is any...

  • Marguerite Harrell

    Yep, just 2 stars. I prefer The Mortification of Sin by John Owen over this Getting No: How to Break a Stubborn Habit. I read this in e-books form and not in the book form for me to marked it up. Ther...

  • Trent

    I recieved this book for free from the publisher and was a little hesitant since the last few free books have either been horrible or totally not my taste. I decided to give this book a try and found ...

  • Ed

    A very good practical book. I believe we all know the bad habits that we have, but very few of us know how to get rid of that bad habit, or should I say 'sin'. The bad habits we have are sins if we re...

  • Amanda

    Very useful strategies! I felt like he had some good, new ideas that have helped me with the struggles I face. I love how he mentioned that it's almost impossible to stop doing something unless you re...

  • Hannah Williams

    This was, hands down, the best book I have ever read on killing sin in your life. Lutzer did a fabulous job addressing every question, excuse, and inner thought one might have related to sin in one’...