This was the most recent book that I received for free through Multnomah’s Blogging for Books program. It wasn’t the most amazing book I’ve ever read, but it wasn’t the worst, either.
The meat of the book centers around discovering your true potential and purpose…and also in discovering who you’re not. Through the book, Batterson encourages us to feel free to genuinely be who God created us to be. He uses the story of David to illustrate that we don’t have to be the biggest or the best or the brightest to make a difference in the world. All we have to be is willing and available to follow God’s plan for our lives.
This was a very hopeful and encouraging book, though I did think it was pretty cliché at times.
The book includes a study guide/discussion questions at the end. All in all, I enjoyed reading it. I don’t have to compete with anyone or try to be something I’m not, because being who God made me to be is good enough.