John Ortberg’s The Me I Want To Be
August 26th, 2010 by Sam-Frea

The Me I Want to Be is written by bestselling author and pastor John Ortberg. With this book, he guides you to a uniquely created spirituality with a result ending in exactly what the title suggests.

This book is a great first step to becoming God's best version of yourself. By doing this, you will be able to experience God each day in a new way.

It is truly an amazing way to experience your relationship with God.

The Me I Want to Be will show how God’s perfect vision for you starts with a powerful promise.

For those who trust in God they will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out it's roots by the stream. It doesn't fear when heat comes; it leaves are always green. It doesn't have worry in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit ( Jeremiah 17:7-8 ).

Ortberg wants you to recognize your brokenness and understand God is the project manager, and it is best to follow his directions. The author has a way of helping you see where your spiritual health is and measure the gaps between where you are now and where God intends for you to be.

He even provides detailed tasks and things you can do to help you live in the Spirit, circumventing real-world barriers, pain, temptations, self-doubt, sin; to flourish even in a broken and dark world.

As you start living in the flow, you will experience a deeper connection wuth God, a growing joy, an honest recognition of your brokenness, less fear and more trust, and a growing sense of being " rooted in love ", and a deeper sense of purpose.

This book is filled with honesty, humor, and practicality. With this he offers historical, biblical, and personal insights into showing us the readers why we should take advantage of this creating the " best version" of ourselves--which is the way God has intended for us to be and live.

God invites you to join Him in crafting an abundant and joy-filled life and The Me I Want to Be by John Ortberg shows you how to graciously accept His invitation.

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