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Do you sense that your life is missing something? Maybe you just noticed it, or maybe you've lived with a feeling of frustration for years.
Wintley Phipps knows what you're seeking--and how to find it. In Your Best Destiny, he unlocks eight secrets that will reveal your unique character and lead you into the most amazing life you could ever experience. These secrets are based on proven truths that will help you grow stronger, overcome obstacles, and achieve what God has in store for your life.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 X 0.50 (inches)|
Just As I Am: And Other Favorite Hymns of Billy Graham CDWintley PhippsDiscovery House / 2005 / Compact disc$12.59 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 23 Reviews
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Near the Cross: Wintley Phipps Sings Beloved Hymns of Fanny CrosbyWintley PhippsDiscovery House / 2013 / Compact disc$12.59 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Your Best Destiny helps you find it through a highly insightful personal assessment tool that will reveal eight keys God has placed deep within you to unlock your true character and help you become who you were born to be.
In this rich and encouraging book, Wintley Phippspastor, recording artist, and founder of the U.S. Dream Academy, the organization Oprah Winfrey honored with the Oprah Winfrey Angel Network Use Your Life Awardshares what he has learned (sometimes the hard way) about what it takes to become the best me I can be. Join him as he leads you on a path to change your focus from what you have and do to who you are. Start today on the path to a truly great life, and step into your God-given destiny. (Includes an access code to the Your Best Destiny Personal Assessment Tool to reveal your personal strengths and areas for growth.)
Carmen5 Stars Out Of 5Helpful Book Based on the BibleOctober 31, 2015CarmenQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Your Best Destiny is an inspiring book that encourages the reader to be the person that God intended them to be. Throughout the book are stories of unexpected circumstances behind famous people, stories from the authors personal experiences, and stories from people who could be the neighbor next door that allow the reader to relate to what the author identifies as the eight essential pillars of our ethos. These pillars include belief, virtue, wisdom, self-control, perseverance, sacredness, kindness, and love. A separate chapter is dedicated to each of these pillars and is nicely organized. I really enjoyed the stories in that some were easily relatable to my life and others were glimpses into others lives that helped to illuminate how that particular pillar could help me live a life more like the one God would have me to live. More than the entertaining stories, I loved that the entire book was focused on God and Christian principles. The end of each chapter details the prerequisites and by-products of each pillar by defining and describing each piece in detail. The end of the chapter also includes thought-provoking questions. The book also provides an exclusive access code to the online personal assessment tool that accompanies the text.
I really enjoyed this book and its interesting and thought-provoking stories. It forced me to consider how I was doing in each area that the author discussed. The book is a good tool for anyone interested in improving themselves by trying to be the best person they can be, that is to be the person God wants them to be.
I received this book for free from Tyndale Momentum in exchange for an honest review. I was not obligated to write a positive review.
GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Fulfilling Your DestinyOctober 24, 2015GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Using the writings of Saint Peter as a basis, Wintley Phipps has written an excellent book on how we can become the people that God created us to be. He frequently refers to being the best you can be. It is very clear as he writes that he is not talking about simply being better people. The book is written to help Christians become all that God intended. The thing I found interesting is that I recall a sermon series I heard in a weekend revival over 30 years ago based on the same verses. Since I have forgotten any specifics of what the evangelist said back then, it was great to read again about the need to develop these traits in our lives and how to apply them daily. I particularly appreciated the thought-provoking questions and the brief prayer at the end of each chapter. Although I have not yet taken the time to follow through with the Your Best Destiny Personal Assessment Tool, I read the questions in the Appendix that are taken from the assessment. They caused me to think in more depth about what I had read in the book. I recommend this to all believers who are interested in fulfilling their destiny and to non-believers who are ready to start their Christian walk. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.