The Loudest Roar

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A book review of The Loudest Roar: Living in the Unshakeable Victory of Christ by Judy Dunagan

A book review of The Loudest Roar: Living in the Unshakeable Victory of Christ by Judy Dunagan

Stars: ****

Moody Publishers (2022)
True Crime
176 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary: Do you often feel stuck battling the same fears, temptations, lies, and doubts, wondering if you’ll ever overcome them? Does it seem as if you’re in that battle alone? Author Judy Dunagan has been there. In The Loudest Roar, you’ll marvel at the power, majesty, and authority of our Lord Jesus and learn how to stand in the unshakable victory He’s already won for you. 

In that victory, you will: Discern God’s voice over the lies of the enemy, Stand firm in faith rather than give way to fear, Dwell in the cover of God’s armor over you and your loved ones, Keep your thoughts captive to truth, Find victory over cycles of sin in your life, God’s roar over you will become your roar, diminishing the lies of the enemy . . . to a whisper. Questions for each chapter will help you discover how to apply the biblical truths in this book to your life.

The Loudest Roar

This little book is a big lesson in being courageous. The first part is about how God is the bigger lion so we have nothing to be scared of with him in our lives. Part two tells us what to do when we are afraid, tempted or believe lies. Part three is about roaring with the word of God and prayer.

Each chapter ends with a prayer, a suggested bible verse and a worship song. I love when books include song suggestions. The book also ends with a study guide for yourself or a group.

If you need to be more courageous in your life and lean on God more, this is a good book.

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I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.