Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Well Worth the Read!!
This is an easy to read book of just over 200 pages. Tebow starts out in the New England training camp and talks about being cut from the team. Basically, he was the last cut, thinking he had possibly made the team. You don't sense resentment or bitterness, just joy at being given the opportunity.
He moves on from there to talk about his journey in life. His ups and downs. This is part autobiography and part how to live life as you fully rely on God. He wants to make an impact on this world, and shares in the final chapters how we can all make a difference.
Tebow does not come across as a woe is me, martyr. Instead he is one who has walked through life with great humility, even though he has been afforded many luxuries. His hope is that the reader would become proactive in their relationship with Christ and then go into the world and make a difference!
Here is a link http://timtebow.com/Shaken/
I received this book from Waterbrook Press in exchange for an honest review.
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