What Life Are You Waiting For?: The Exponential Power of Saying Yes to God by Pete Hise
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
“The Clock Is Running, But It’s Not Too Late. The life you once dared to dream is still available to you. Pete Hise invites you to rediscover the shocking truth of the gospel that has the power to rebuild faulty foundations of identity and open your eyes to new realms of possibility. Isn’t it time to end the cycle of wishing and waiting for life to change – and to stop standing on the sidelines when God Himself is inviting you into the game?
What Life Are You Waiting For? Push Play On The Adventure God Has For You”
I’ll admit it… sometimes I wonder if this life I have is all there is. I wonder… was I created for more? When I surrendered my life to Christ, is this what God had in mind for me? Am I too flawed? Too ordinary? Do I not have much to offer? I found through reading this book that I am not the only one that wonders that. I’m happy to report that no, this isn’t all there is. By way of some wonderful stories, both the author’s personal stories and those of folks he’s met along the way… we do see that this isn’t all there is.
It took me longer than usual to read this book. Not that it isn’t interesting and doesn’t hold your attention. On the contrary… This is a wonderfully interesting and insightful book that, in my opinion, is going to require more than a cursory read. It took me longer to read this book, as I would have to take time after each chapter to reflect on what I had read and how it related to my life. I gained a lot of personal insight and I am looking forward to reading the book a second time… and who knows perhaps a third.
Listen to Chapter One – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtRdrx…
*Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale House Publisher, in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own, and no monetary compensation was received for this review. .
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