Woman, Thou Art Loosed! Devotional

Woman, Thou Art Loosed! Devotional

by T. D. Jakes

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Heal the Wounds of the Past!

This insightful devotional was created for the thousands of women from across the world who have received healing and restoration through the Woman, Thou Art Loosed! message. The daily devotions have been developed from Woman, Thou Art Loosed by T.D. Jakes, and are taken from the triumphs, failures, trials, and faith of the women in God's Word. Each liberating chapter is designed to assist the reader in keeping the binding chains of the past from refastening themselves in her life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441261212
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/01/2007
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 254
Sales rank: 381,432
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Bishop T.D. Jakes is the senior pastor and founder of the Potter's House, a multiracial, non-denominational church, located in Dallas, Texas. In 1996 this church was established with just 50 families and now 28,000 attend the Potter's House. Bishop Jakes is a highly celebrated author with several bestselling books to his credit. He frequently ministers in massive crusades and conferences across the nation, and his television show is widely viewed in millions of homes around the world.
T.D. Jakes, founder and senior pastor of The Potter's House church in Dallas, Texas, is a celebrated speaker and author with many bestselling books to his credit, including Woman, Thou Art Loosed! and So You Call Yourself a Man? His weekly television broadcast is viewed in millions of homes nationwide. Featured on the cover of Time magazine, he is known around the world for his message of the freedom to be found in Christ. Visit www.thepottershouse.org

Customer Reviews

Woman, Thou Art Loosed! 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
ndpendentlady More than 1 year ago
I have not read a book by T.D. Jakes that I don't like, but Woman Thou Art Loosed is by far the best book I have ever read. I have never had a book inspire me and lift my spirits more than this book has. I would recommend this book to every woman on the planet.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has not reached its fullest potential. In many ways it has not received the support it deserves from the Christian community. The women's group at our church used this book along with the workbook. It was a time of healing for the group. Bishop Jakes understands the emotions of a woman more than any man that I have encountered does. If you are determined to hold the hurts of the past, the book might become painful. This book pushes you towards healing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book and did the study when it first came out in 1996. Talk about a wake up call. I am not a victim, I am a VICTOR! I am not a survivor, I am a CONQUEROR! Nothing heals better than the Word of God, His truth revealed and T.D. Jakes has brought it all out in this wonderful study. No matter what the past holds, do the study, let God's truth do its work and find complete wholeness like you have never known before.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the most awesome books EVER! When I was pregnant with my daughter 7 years ago, I was very depressed and stressed. My pregnancy was adding up to be the loneliest experience of my lifetime. My twin brother, a minister and now pastor, sent me the book, "Woman, Thou Art Loosed!" along with the workbook. From PAGE ONE, I was completely captivated. Aside from my brother, there was no real support system to speak of...just a bunch of 'I told you so(s)' and no further communication. God knew exactly what he was doing when he put it on my brother's heart to give me the set. It was awesome. Since making it through that experience, my valley experiences are more like a walk in the park rather than trudging up a mountain. Thank God for His Son, Jesus, my brother and T.D. Jakes. My three champions. If you want to be armed, healed,held, embraced and LOOSED, READ THIS BOOK AND BE SURE TO BUY THE WORKBOOK. The workbook is an arming tool. When you can write was you feel, reflect in writing on past experiences, write how they relate to current experiences, and how not to let future experiences be robbed of any joy, you are loosed...no ifs, ands or buts about it. ***It's also great for men to read. If you're a man who's been with or is with a woman who has been scarred and made bitter rather than better by her valley experiences, YOU, MY MAN, SHOULD READ THIS BOOK and encourage your mate to read it. Aside from that, woman is not the only one that God ever loosed from anything. It would greatly benefit a scarred and marred man to read and absorb this book and the workbook, too!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Get out of that box and be free. Stop carrying around that weight. God wants you healthy, wealthy, and joyful. T. D. Jakes breaks it down so wonderfully for you.
CarolJo More than 1 year ago
T.D. Jakes shares how to be freed from the pain of your past and live a beautiful life! This book would be especially good for a woman who has been abused but it is enlightening for any female. As an older woman, I especially enjoyed the chapter "Winter Woman". Woman, Thou Art Loosed! is easy for anyone to understand. I would recommend this book for anyone! I received my book from www.bookfun.org in exchange for an honest review.
bsnksmom More than 1 year ago
Rev. Jakes has a heart for the hurting. In Woman, Thou Art Loosed, Jakes turns that heart to the various ways women today are held in bondage and seeks to show them the way out. That said, I really struggled to get through this book. Part of it for me was the fact that it was a non-fiction book. I don't do well with those at all, in spite of the fact that I can generally read a book this length in two days. This took me far longer. I also felt that some of his solutions were far too simple for the complex issues they were meant to address. Biblically, this book was very sound in its teaching which I appreciated. Since this book is written specifically to women, I would recommend it as a possible supplement to Bible study on the ways women are enslaved to sin. His chapters on Broken Arrows and The Victim Survives speak gently to the woman whose victimization began in childhood. The book is meant to lead its readers toward "Healing the Wounds of the Past" and does an admirable job of that. I received this book from bookfun.org in exchange for my honest review.
annelr More than 1 year ago
Woman, Thou Art Loosed! is an insightful book for women of all walks and seasons of life written by T. D. Jakes. Originally published in 1993, this particular book is published in 2016. Not a new message but still so very relevant to women today. Recognizing that women are often emotionally frail, bound by past experiences and hurts, and in need of healing and release in their spirits, Jakes shares spiritual insights into the healing of those wounds. Each of the 15 chapters is well supported by scripture and examples of women in the Bible and deals with different stages of life (single, married, young, older--he calls them 'winter women'--love it!) and a variety of emotional and mental issues (past hurts, guilt, abuse, abandonment). The author writes that there are three characters in each story, the person, the problem, and the prescription. Each story is different but the prescription is the same, understanding who you are in Jesus Christ...a daughter of Abraham, a survivor, a daughter of the King, loved and called by God. Change is not easy but recognizing the faithfulness of God and his desire to restore and nourish, gives strength to bless His name, redefine purposes, experience attitude readjustment and ultimately, to be freed of the past and become the woman of faith, pure and holy, strong in Him, that God has purposed for each of us. Well thought out, the book is easy to read and follow Bishop Jakes' thinking, a wonderful resource for all women, whether in need of a spiritual make-over or just a tune-up. I received a copy of this book through The Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.
QuietSpirit More than 1 year ago
Book Review: Woman Thou Art Loosed By T. D. Jakes Reverend Jakes explores Jesus’ healing of a woman in Luke 13. This woman had been ill for eighteen (18) years. He looks at every facet of this healing. The subtitle tells the mission of this book: Healing the Wounds of the Past. I especially liked one chapter, entitled Winter Woman. Mr. Jakes divided the life span of women into seasons. He spends time telling us about Naomi and Ruth, and then he speaks of Sarah. I rarely see any magazine or other print media aimed at those in this period of their lives. I had never read any of Pastor Jakes before. I enjoyed this book. I recommend this book to anyone in a pastoral role, or any Christian counselor. I received this book through Book Fun and the publisher Destiny Image. All they asked me to do was to read it and give an impartial review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Woman Thou Art Loosed! Written by T.D.Jakes (copyright 2016) focuses on the hurts of women. The author uses the woman at the well in Luke 13 as an example of a hurt woman. The author points out that the abuse a woman has had to deal with, can change her and can leave her bitter. He also points out that she is not responsible for what has happened to her. You can't help where you have been or what has happened to you, but you can help where you are going from here. God doesn't care who you are, where you came from, or even your social status, he cares about your heart. He wants to help you over come your pain and move forward. He will bring complete healing, the whole person, the body, the emotions and the spirit. He will deal with all the issues left over from abuse if we just ask him and have faith in him to heal us. God wants to give us strength to over come the pain. He wants us to celebrate who we are. The author also touches on marriage and stresses we are to get married for the right reason. We are not to settle, we are to chose someone who is not less than what we want. We are to chose someone with strength, someone who will hold us, help strengthen us, build us up and be with us when trouble comes. He also points out that men should understand that women do not deal well with the stress of unpaid bills and financial disorder. Women need security, especially in a home. Women are made to be receivers and men were made to be givers. This book is not what I thought it would be. I felt is was a little preachy at points. The book has some good points to it. The author uses stories from the Bible and Scripture a lot. But I was surprised the author referenced Mary Magdalene as a prostitute, no where in the Bible does it state that. The book was originally written in 1993. I received a copy of this book from BookClub Network for an honest review.
psoccermom More than 1 year ago
I didn't know what to expect when I chose to read and review this book. I am glad I did! Wow, if you are a woman I recommend reading this book, I know there are a lot of us out there who may think that we are not beautiful against today's standards. When all you see at the checkout line are size 2 women all glamorous and here we are in our sweats trying to take care of our families. Ya kinda get the feeling of low self esteem and some may go to hating themselves. This book shows you that God made us who we are and we are beautiful in every way! This book has a powerful message that we as women need to hear. We are worthy of a wonderful life free from violence and guilt. We all have struggles but need to turn to God for help. T.D.Jakes has given these women in this book a voice. This is a well written testimony for us to see ourselves as God sees us. I recieved this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has taught me to be a women and with God all things are possible. I love T.D.Jakes and I Thank God for allowing him to make it this far.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love to read anything that lifts me up every day of my life. This book addresses so many feelings and emotions that we as women do not address or can not address. It is so nice to have it put to you in such a manner that it makes you a better person. I am getting ready to read it for the second time. Keep it coming Brother.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When reading Woman, Thou Art Loosed I felt like I was hearing the totally honest, direct and true word of God. It spoke directly to my heart and healed wounds I was not even aware of. Miraculously it also gave me an idea of the type of love I need as a woman and how beautiful and perfect is God's love.
Guest More than 1 year ago
By picking up this book and reading the words the Lord spoke through Bishop Jakes, you've already started to heal. Thank you Lord, Jesus for Bishop Jakes. Without going into detail, I was an abused woman who honestly believed this was a form of love. God is love, He is not abusive; therefore, abuse CANNOT be love. Praise Jesus.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is guaranteed to help you heal your wounds from the past. Read it without any preconceived notions. Read it as if the writer was instructed by God himself, as I believe he was. Read it a second time, and view Bible texts for yourself. Remember, God is the center of all Healings.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really would advice every single woman to read this book. If you are fighting the loneliness battle and feel as if you are not going to make it, this book make you look at singleness in a whole new light. It is also a great book for women that are not single. This book helps you to love yourself more and the situation that you are in.