Friday, December 02, 2016
Seeking Your personal Vision!
Stanley uses the story of Nehemiah to illustrate how a person can seek to fulfill their God-given vision. In a sense, the main point or thesis of the book is his point that everybody ends up somewhere, but not everyone ends up somewhere on purpose. If we would seek God's presence and God's vision, we have the potential to end up in the right place with the right God given purpose.
In order to tell the story about personal vision, Stanley uses his engaging style of telling personal stories, sharing various illustrations, using humor; all in a down to earth style which is easy to read and follow.
He asks the reader to seek, inquire, learn, discern what is it that you have always been dreaming about. What is it that makes your heart skip a beat. He wrote about how the Wright Brothers got started, wanting the reader to look at their own life and follow their passion and seek the dream God has placed within them.
This was a very good book, one I would recommend to someone who seeks to better understand or even discover their purpose.
I received this book from www.bloggingforbooks.com in exchange for an honest review.
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