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Sarah Means5 Stars Out Of 5Sick of Me is not self help, it is God's help!March 3, 2019Sarah MeansValue: 5Sick of Me is the best book I have read in a significant length of time. It's raw and real. It's authentic life wrapped into a quick read and the Bible is laced through every page. This book will change your perspective on sanctification, transparency and living in community of Christ followers! Get it, now! You'll be challenged and inspired to get deeper while you laugh out loud!
Nancy Ferguson5 Stars Out Of 5excellent book for all ChristiansMarch 2, 2019Nancy FergusonI have followed Whitney Capps for several years through her Proverbs 31 devotions and teachings in the First 5 app. Her words are always Biblically based, honest, and down to earth. Her new book, Sick of Me, teaches about the process of sanctification:how believers in Jesus Christ become more like Him. Whitney takes a difficult and sometimes confusing concept and brings it down from a seminary level to a much more easily understood concept. Her examples from her own life are real, and most readers will be able to relate them to their own lives. This is not a book you can rush through; you need to read it slowly and deliberately, thinking through what you have read and how to apply it to your own life.
I highly recommend this book. I will be reading it several times. I was privileged to be on the launch team and I received an ARC for my honest review.
Coachval265 Stars Out Of 5what women need to hearMarch 2, 2019Coachval26Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Whitney has the amazing ability to make you feel like she is your best friend. Once you have that connection, she is able to speak some real truth into your life. It's hard to hear and takes time to process but it is what women need these days.
Alana Banana5 Stars Out Of 5Full of God's WordMarch 2, 2019Alana BananaI am still in the 'after glow' from reading this book! It is at all times educating, invigorating, encouraging, convicting, and ALWAYS pointing to God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit. Run with abandon to your book seller of choice for your copy of Sick of Me, you will not be disappointed!
T L GoadChampaign, ILAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Highly Relatable & Transforming!March 2, 2019T L GoadChampaign, ILAge: 35-44Gender: femaleKnowing Whitney's depth of knowledge in Scripture and her energetic personality, I expected to read an enjoyable and theologically sound book. She did truly deliver in both aspects. But she completely blew me away so much that I read it cover to cover in one sitting and then immediately began again with a notebook and pen in hand! It's power packed with honesty and Scripture. If I'm going to sit down with a faith based book, I don't want it so fluffy that I feel like I've watched a Hallmark movie, nor do I want it so finger pointing that I hang my head in shame. I want my toes stepped on, but I want to be empowered or encouraged to make a change. This book absolutely fits that! It's written in such a way that the Holy Spirit pricked my heart on many areas and her conversational style writing was such that it's like she's sitting beside me saying, "Let's do this together. Let's be the ones that move beyond words on a page to being transformed." It's also worth noting that one of her greatest gifts in speaking/ writing is her ability to tackle complex Biblical topics, such as sanctification in this case, and break it down to be very understandable and applicable. Whether you're new to the Bible or your pages are well worn, this is the perfect balance. It's not over your head, nor is it so simplified it's boring. It's simply beautifully written. "Sick of Me" quickly has made its way to my favorites shelf to be read and referenced again and again as I seek to be transformed into His likeness more and more. Well done, Whitney!